Chain Link Fence Posts support the top rail and chain-link fabric. Use one of these within every 10-foot run of fence. H. Tension Wire adds rigidity to the bottom of the chain-link fabric along the bottom. Use the same linear footage of this as you will for the entire fence.
What causes a bike chain to fall off?
It might be that the chain is worn, has a stiff or bent link, or has become clogged up with dirt. A visual inspection while turning the cranks should reveal if there’s a problem here. The chainring, or a chainring tooth, could be bent.
Why does my bicycle chain slip?
A common reason the chain slips is too much build up on the sprockets. When the chain oil and dirt mix up on the sprocket it leaves a thick black mixture on your sprockets. If you go too long without cleaning your bike it will build up enough that it will cause your chain to slip.