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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: the chain on our tandem
Without a picture I am guessing here that this is a fixed chain (meaning no bolt adjustments). What you need to do in this case is locate and remove the master link from the chain. Look around the entire chain on both sides and find the link that does not have an hourglass shape. It will be flat all the way around. There are specific tools for this but I use a needle nose or a screw driver with just as much success. Simply pry between the two links at this point and pop off the master. Now you can remove any amount of slack you want by removing one of the links. You should only have to remove one and MAYBE two. Once you have done this just pop the master link back on with the needle nose again and you are ready to go.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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