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You might want to make sure your chain still bends at the links where you pressed the pin back in. Smashing it together too hard is easy and that will "freeze the chain straight at that point. This of course will cause a skip. I'm not an expert, but the freewheel looks pretty solid to me. Still has the chamfers ground out on the trailing edge without any ...


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Yes, it does: distance between each of the front chainwheels (small, medium, large) and the frame (rear lower fork), distance between chain and the rear [fat] wheel, distance between the inside of the innermost front chainwheel and the BB frame tube (when small chainwheel internal diameter is smaller then outside diameter of the BB frame tube), cranks ...



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