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When im riding my BMX,a loud clicking noise comes from my peddles

Every time the click happens, the peddles move slightly backwards but i just keed peddling.(FBM Heathen)

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  • steven199685 Jun 26, 2009

    I just checked all the chain links and they are all moving freely and are lubricated.The only thing wrong with my chain is that it is loose but i am going to tighten it.



  • George Fischer May 11, 2010

    your chain is not adjust properly or there is a two link stick together, make sure all links move freely from each other and lubricate them with oil. when you find the 2 that are stuck, work them so they get unstuck

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Might be something to do with the postioning of the sprockets?

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