If you're going up two teeth in the rear, you may have an additional link on your chain compared to previously. Also you want to make sure your wheel isn't all the way forward or aft when you put it on, so you have some leeway after everything settles.Hey Folks,
I'm looking to replace my sprockets and chain in the next 2k miles here and am wondering if there's anything else I'll need if I bump my rear sprocket up from 41 to 42/43. Will I need to get a new carrier or anything else? Thanks!