Re: Cranbrook, Chain shake/flap/slap
This chain problem is bugging me, if a chain is straight and the 2 sprockets are lined up straight and theres minimal amount of play in the chain there shouldnt be a problem. One other thing is the chain needs to fit the sprockets correctly in width and spacing. Some thing is outta whack here, either the motors not at 180deg or the chain doesnt fit or its not aligned properly. 1st problem post says the sprocket is almost centered then the second problem post says theres a twisting motion to the chain. rrrrrrg chains to run smoothly and worry free are installed correctly no short cuts.
Last edited by bandito; 10-20-2009 at 10:09 PM.