Vanis

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  1. Thanks. I have been so far, in between the expletives.
  2. Aha, didn't know about those. Good shout, cheers. Got that 610HX chain now so hopefully I can get the bike working this weekend, had a couple of other things to deal with but those are different threads.
  3. Wow, thanks for that. As it happens there's a 610hx in the shop where I work, ordered in for a customer who didn't take it. I'll have that then, cheers for the recommendation.
  4. Hello people, first post on here. I've been lurking for some time and had loads of useful info, so thanks to all for that. I'm one of those mid-40s MTBers who's wanted to learn trials for 20 years but only just got a trials bike to do it on. So a few months ago I bought a 2nd hand Onza T-Pro from about 2008 and I'm having to replace a few bits. I wondered what are trials riders' thoughts on using power links / split links to join chains, and is there a preference for 1/8 or 3/32 chains? I noticed that the sprocket and freewheel are 3/32 but the bike has a 1/8 chain fitted with an old school split link. I thought I'd probably put an 8sp chain on for a more snug fit. Thanks in advance for any thoughts.