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You need to cut off one or more links, normally if your bicycle has gears, you should put in your biggest cog and chainring and add 2 links. To do this will need a chainbreaker or get it to the bicycle shop.
Chainbreaker cost around 5 dollar but sometimes is a little tricky to do.

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