Re: Crank sprocket-rear gears alignment
I took the bike out of a short ride tonight and I definitely have to move the front pedal sprocket inwards more towards the bike frame. I shift into first gear and the chain sounds like a Rockwell milling machine grinding away on the rear derailer gears. I have to get a little better alignment with the gears and front sprocket if I ever hope to have a chain last.
I did check out the jump stop and I'm going to order one. I also ordered a locking fuel cap today to discourage someone from adding sugar and turning my engine into a cotton candy machine.