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    Longer Chain?

    I don't think that I'll ever be in this combo while hitting drops / jumps but...when I am in the large rear cog my chain is pretty tight (to keep from falling off) and will stop the suspension travel half way through. I noticed it when I took my shock off and the bike was held up by the chain tension. So...is a longer chain in order?

    It's an 04 Bullit with a DRS.
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    Unless you would like to be snapping chains, yes, you should get a longer chain.

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    add links.....you are lucky you didn't break your derailer off.......derailer in spokes, broken spokes
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    Plus broken face.... no dice man.

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