Replace Your Chain in 5 Minutes

Find out how to do this common bit of mountain bike maintenance.
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You need to replace your chain when the old one gets worn out or if it fails on you. It’s always handy to keep a chain tool on you out on the trail if this does happen – even if you have a ‘powerlink’ style chain connector, you’ll still need a means of cutting your new chain down to size. We’ve got two methods of measuring your new chain, so you can get the correct length even if you don’t have your old chain on hand.

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