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    chain length

    im trying to finsh my singlespeed and im having trouble getting the chain length right....its ether half a link to long or and hole link to short......im sure others have had the same problem.

    i have the yess BB tensioner
    16t cog
    and a 32t sprocket

    waiting on my whirly crank 33t sprocket
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    yea i already ordered one ......but i was hoping there was something i could do while im waiting.

    anyone know if a rear derailler hanger tensioner is more adjustable than the bottom bracket tensioner
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    A RD tensioner can take up a lot of slack, I'd say 2 or 3 links pretty easily.

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    should i also change to a singlespeed chain....im using a pc-951 chain but i have 2 singlespeed chains
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    9-sp chains are fine. I usually use the 8-sp SRAM chains, because I'm cheap.

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