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Old 07-12-2010, 10:14 AM
klb6154 klb6154 is offline
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Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: pittsburgh pa
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Default Re: Chain Tensioner Enjoys ripping up tires!

dont know how well this will work yet i had problems with my scwinn riverside and i sold it before i perfected the chain tennsioner my new bike is a huffy cranbrooke i used a set of rimms from a 11987 murray street bike that i litteraly found on pittsburghs route 579 the shifter from the same bike and the brakes the main reason for the huffy frame is that the rear is the same size as the antique ten speed rim and axel same on the old motorized bicycles but the frame is slotted frame allowing me to adjust the motor chain by moving the rea wheel and the spring loded shifter handels the chain on the pedal side so i can pick the best gaer to run depending on how i choose the exaust im 265 pounds so i do have to help alot on the steep hills of pittsburgh and i know longer need the chain tensioner on the motor side as i can make it as tight or loose as i want by moving the rear wheel i willl
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