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Putting the cahin back on???duh???

Coaster bike . really feel a little stumped on putting the chain on...

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If the chain has just slipped of the best way get it back on is to physically lift it into place at the top of the chain ring (the cog where the pedals are).
Then turn the pedals in the direction you would usually pedal (you may have to lift the back wheel off the ground).
This ought to pull the chain back on and let you get back on the open road.

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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Chain slipped off sprocket around peddle. How do I get it back on?

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