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Under load in 12 and 13 cog chain seems to jump a tooth in 53

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If your chain is jumping teeth under load, it is an indication that the chain is worn and stretched. A new chain should fix the problem, but you should also check your cogs and chain rings for wear. Your shop will have the measuring tools to do this.

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This is one of those things where a picture would be worth a thousand words, but as I can't put pictures on this site, the words will have to do!
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