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The chain is broken off the bike We bought a new one but need a diagram of how to weave the chain through Thanks

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The chain goes from the top of the front sprocket to the top of the rear sprockets, between the rear sprocket and the top derailleur wheel and then between the upper and lower derailleur wheels. It then goes forward toward the front sprocket. The text sketch below shows the rear sprocket, chain and derailleur.I hope this helps.


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Is the clutch lever easy to pull?
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