Originally Posted by VENICE BOY
You should mount the rear sprocket the way the factory designed it! (don't try to change things around.)
The tire will be fine if the chain rubs it a little... if it really bothers you, you can put on a smaller tire.
& last... bend the chain tensioner however it takes to where it feeds the chain nice & straight onto the rear sprocket!
I have mounted the sprocket according to directions. At first, I thought the problem was that the chain was rubbing against something, but then I realized that it's the chain not meeting with the sprocket the way it should that is the problem. I'm going to file the sprocket teeth and see if that helps.