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    New question here. Bianchi SISS Chain Tensioner

    Anyone know where you can purchase a Bianchi SISS Chain Tensioner. A buddy bought a SISS of the classifieds and the seller did not include the bolt or the smaller metal piece that pushes up against the dropouts. I called the local Bianchi dealer and BianchiUSA in Hayward, California without any luck.

    Any help would be wonderful!
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    Most any other chain tensioner ought to work if you can't find a Bianchi. I run the Spot brand tensioner on my SISS and it works just fine and apparently has a wider range of adjustability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sea otter
    Anyone know where you can purchase a Bianchi SISS Chain Tensioner. A buddy bought a SISS of the classifieds and the seller did not include the bolt or the smaller metal piece that pushes up against the dropouts. I called the local Bianchi dealer and BianchiUSA in Hayward, California without any luck.

    Any help would be wonderful!
    i think they're called chain tugs- on-one has em for not much.

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