Originally Posted by dag_29307
how well did you inspect the chain? I had a similar problem with mine and come to find the chain roller was split in two. Thus causing the chain to catch the top of the tooth on the sprocket. Also check for "stretch in the links you may want to replace the chain.
Well the chain tensioner is in really good shape and I just replaced the chain. I think I'm going to buy the mounting bracket that I've seen some guy around here sell and probably add a 36t sprocket to it to give me that much more speed.