Re: The *BEST* Solution for "THE" tensioner/pulley
Very Very nice. Its less welding and more eye pleasing than mine. Good work my man. Thanks for sharing.
If I'm seeing this correctly, (master link just leaving rear sprocket?) I'm not being picky here but you should really turn the clip on your master link around. The closed end should enter the engine sprocket first. The way you have it, it can get kicked off by interference with the sprocket/ clutch actuator case. Just an observation that might prevent a chain loss. If I'm seeing it right.
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Last edited by 2door; 11-03-2009 at 12:12 PM.