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[title] Install the Chain
[* icon_caution] Chain length is Critical to the success of your setup, so inspect your chain length carefully before cutting the chain! '''When counting the number of extra links, count both narrow and wide chain links.'''
[* black] Wrap the uncut chain around the chainring and the largest cog on the cassette. Set the last roller on one end of the chain next to a roller on the long-end of the chain.
[* icon_note] '''For Full Suspension bikes''' - Add 5 or 6 links of extra chain so that the chain will end on a narrow-link.
[* icon_note] '''For Hardtail Bikes''' - Add 4 or 5 links of chain so that the chain will end on a narrow link.
[* black] Break the chain at your measured length using the chain breaking tool.
[* black] Install the chain through the derailleur and connect the two ends of the chain, following the chain manufacturers quick-link installations instructions.
[* icon_caution] Remember that some quick-links (Shimano®, SRAM®) are directional
[* icon_caution] Remember that Shimano® chains are directional, and the text stamped on the wide links of the chain should face away from the wheel/cassette

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