Join Date: Jun 2015
Location: Rennes, Brittany, France
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You don't need a video to adjust your chain tension, but rather some mechanics tools ;-)
If you have a rear stand, put your bike on.
Then untight the axle nuts just enough to let the axle move.
Then, turn the tension settings so that the wheel axle goes backwards, the chain tension will increase.
The right tension is achieved when your chain can go upwards and downwards approx 3 cm, pushing it in the center point beteween the front and rear sprockets.
Then tighten again the axle nuts and the tension settings nuts (after).
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