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Indy Storm Gearing and Chain Questions

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Old 03-07-2010
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Default Indy Storm Gearing and Chain Questions

Hi, I am new to the forums and have a few questions. I did try a search but didn't find exactly what I was looking for. First I plan to get a reverse kit for my 96 Storm someday but want to gear it down now. That's if I ever find the complete set up. Can I get the reverse gear now and run it until I get the complete reverse kit later? Also what is with all of these different chain types and types of gears? Ex. Hyvo.. Can anyone explain the difference and can you switch to a different style if you change both gears and chain? Would it be advisable to change styles considering I am going to purchase a reverse set up.? I am not sure what I can interchange with. Also I plan to go from a 23/37 to a 21/39 gearing. Is that a good set up for my Storm to mainly ride trails and some open farm fields? I live in Penna and don't run lakes or long wot areas. Thanks..
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