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Old 07-31-2008, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by stay_upright View Post
I thought it was possible to rotate them so you start off with the (reverse) new edge again?
You can in despiration, or if there is any Scottish in your heritage.... After I cleaned it up on the grinder, I think it is on reversed now but its only a temp situation til I get new ones. A worn chain isn't going to help a slightly better looking sprocket much. At least I figured out what the vibration was when I was coming to a stop.

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