If your chain looks like it’s coming to the end of its life, check the sprockets. If the rear one is beginning to hook, then the gearbox sprocket will be even worse, so get them replaced when the new chain goes on. Don’t forget to clean out all the accumulated crud!
Most Members and Associates ride relatively new bikes, a high proportion of which benefit from shaft drive and may think this irrelevant. However, financial disaster could be just around the corner. When the GS on PCP goes back, you may be looking at a chain driven middleweight just to stay on two wheels!
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