Thread: chain alignment
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Old 06-21-2008, 06:42 PM
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Default Re: chain alignment

Any time. If that tensioner gives you problems move it to the other side. I never could get mine right till i did. My chain was always coming off. Good luck most guys don't have too much problem with that.

Another thing that gave me fits was the rear wheel when I took it apart to adust (beat **** out of) the brake lever, I didn't get it right and the wheel wobbled. All in all I hate that drive system but I love the freedom of the bike.
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