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Old August 12th 04, 12:55 PM
Roy Zipris
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Not long ago, there was a "chain" thread that included a post that
linked to a photo of a Wippermann chain showing the correct
orientation, as I recall. The idea was that some links, like the
connex, had to be installed facing the proper direction. I've looked
for that thread but can't find it. Would someone please steer me in
the right direction, or provide the information/link anew? Thanks.
--Roy Zipris
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Old August 12th 04, 03:27 PM
Brendon M. Troy
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"Roy Zipris" wrote
Not long ago, there was a "chain" thread that included a post that
linked to a photo of a Wippermann chain showing the correct
orientation, as I recall. The idea was that some links, like the
connex, had to be installed facing the proper direction. I've looked
for that thread but can't find it. Would someone please steer me in
the right direction, or provide the information/link anew? Thanks.
--Roy Zipris


Google groups has archives of most Usenet posts. Since you're posting
from google groups, shouldn't you have known that? Anyhow, it's probably
one of these threads:

http://tinyurl.com/5z4hs

-Brendon


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Old August 14th 04, 09:05 AM
Zog The Undeniable
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Roy Zipris wrote:

Not long ago, there was a "chain" thread that included a post that
linked to a photo of a Wippermann chain showing the correct
orientation, as I recall. The idea was that some links, like the
connex, had to be installed facing the proper direction. I've looked
for that thread but can't find it. Would someone please steer me in
the right direction, or provide the information/link anew? Thanks.


If this is a 1/8" track/utility bike chain, the closed end of the master
link goes towards the front (in the direction of travel of the chain).
 




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