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Have a new chain116 links for 9 speed, it is too long, how many links do I need to take off?

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Impossible to tell you without knowing exactly what your chainstay length is, the rear cassette your using, the rear derailleur your using and the cranks your using and even then could be a wrong answer. With chains you have to measure the amount you need by installing the chain and seeing how much excess there is for your configuration.

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