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    Getting the most life out of your Boone Ti cog & chainring

    OK... so I have done it.. ordered and paid for a while ago, hoping to get them in the next few days. However, I want to keep them working sweetly as long as possible.... so

    What chain to run, how many chains to run, when do you replace your chains, how long did you or do you get from your Boone Ti products?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan123
    OK... so I have done it.. ordered and paid for a while ago, hoping to get them in the next few days. However, I want to keep them working sweetly as long as possible.... so

    What chain to run, how many chains to run, when do you replace your chains, how long did you or do you get from your Boone Ti products?
    Get a chain checker and check your chain often. I use cheap ($10) chains so I don't feel so bad about pitching them when they're toast.
    This is what I use, and I replace my chains when they hit .75.
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