Slammed cs - how to?

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9/17/2019 6:27 AM

Yo fellas, I have a question for you.
Got drive 25/9 on alvx with cs 12.5 and I want to ride on slammed cs with tensioned chain without need for breaking the chain to remove the wheel.
How to do it ? Which chain should I buy?

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9/17/2019 6:38 AM

Yeah because riding 12.6 or .7 is obviously way too long... or maybe you are 4 feet tall ?

No way to do that without breaking the chain, the best way is a 14mm female bolts rear hub.

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9/17/2019 1:01 PM

You could use a master link or quick link, not really breaking the chain but you'd still need to unclip to remove the chain. I personally always use master link as breaking the chain every time you want to do something with wheel or frame is complete bs to me. Plus to slam you need to work out the correct gear ratio.

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9/17/2019 4:46 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/17/2019 4:50 PM

25/9 should slam how you want with s half link I suggest getting the shadow supreme chain

Also highly recommend getting a 14mm female hub so you can remove the rear wheel won’t be a hassle, but if thats not an option just remove the drive site crank arm and crank arm bolt and tap on the none drive side arm until the sprocket falls off thise are the only two ways to do it without breaking the chain every time and I definitely don’t recommend doing that lol

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9/18/2019 12:48 AM

Mike Hoder knocked 2 teeth out his sprocket, that works but I wouldn’t suggest it

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9/18/2019 3:58 AM

On 28/9 will be easier or same thing ?

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9/18/2019 4:43 AM

igzyst wrote:

On 28/9 will be easier or same thing ?

28x9 falls on different lengths.

25x9 is 12.5 - 12.75 - 13.0 - 13.25...
28x9 is 12.6 - 12.85 - 13.1 - 13.35...

So.. yes, it’s the closest you can get, and 28x9 is much better anyway.

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9/18/2019 9:50 AM

You can, also do 27/9 at 12.5" without a half link.

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