little help

  • Discuss little help in the Street Riding forum in area BMX-Forum Community; if i used to brake my chain alot so whats better to do? 1.put sprocket with guard? 2.switch side of the driver? 3.buy very strong(heavy) chain that... ...
lukipuki

lukipuki

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little help post #1
if i used to brake my chain alot so whats better to do?
1.put sprocket with guard?
2.switch side of the driver?
3.buy very strong(heavy) chain that will brake after 100 sprocket stalls?
 
gradytroop

gradytroop

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little help post #2
I think 1 or 3 would be your best options.
If you don't mind a bash guard then I would probably go for that.
But the cheaper option is to probably go for a stronger chain, like a shadow (from what I've heard).
 
misterbryan

misterbryan

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little help post #3
if your sprocket is on the same side you grind on then switch sides.
if not then get a stronger chain.

correct me if im wrong.
 
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BustedKnuckle

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little help post #4
I'd try and switch your driver until you learn your grinds. Once you start getting some of the grinds dialed in, you can go back.
 
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Lay

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little help post #5
Get a Sprocket guard and a strong chain. That will probably be more effective than just getting one thing.
 
Levimoody

Levimoody

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little help post #6
How do you know that it would break after 100 stalls? :hmm:

I would get a guard.
 
the ace of spade

the ace of spade

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little help post #7
well it all depends. do you have a hub that you can switch drive sides with? if so i would do that. otherwise i would buy a stronger chain.
i had the same problem as you, and thats what i ended up doing
 
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BMXRX

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little help post #8
probably option 3 is the one you want to go with, but some friendly advice, nor sprocket stalls or grinds do any good to your srpocket, chain , even frame, but they still look cool lol.
 

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