If I get a new 28t Sprocket do I need to get a new chain

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10/16/2013 12:50 PM

I would think that my chain that's on my 25t sprocket wouldn't go around a 28t

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I'm gonna need bigger bars

10/16/2013 1:04 PM

yeah you'll need a new chain unless you have the extra links to the one you have now

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10/16/2013 1:31 PM

Depends i had an 25t and switched to 28t my chain went on but was quite tight if your axle is like 1/2 on the drop outs then it will fit .


But anyways does anyone know why people reccomend buying a new chain when getting a new sprocket or rear hub

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don't overthink it just do it !

10/16/2013 1:36 PM

WhipTheFlow wrote:

Depends i had an 25t and switched to 28t my chain went on but was quite tight if your axle is like 1/2 on the drop outs then it will fit .


But anyways does anyone know why people reccomend buying a new chain when getting a new sprocket or rear hub

probably so the old chain doesn't chew into the new sprocket/driver I guess I don't really think it matters though

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