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HPaulG

Drive chain repair

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HPaulG
I snapped a drive chain in a type 'W' tiller unit due to my faulty re-assembly of the unit that caused it to bind. The chain is not necessarily badly worn, but of course it is pretty old. If I fit a new chain, would I have to also fit new sprocket wheels? This is generally necessary when fitting a new chain on a bicycle. Hopefully I can just replace a link in the existing chain (if I can find one).

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