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Old 05-25-2011, 06:26 PM
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Default Re: Chain tensioner

Originally Posted by jototojo View Post
Hello people again, i still cant fix this problem, i think im gonna cut the part i welded so i can move the chain tensioner far from the wheel, what do you think???
Can't you just bend it??
The tensioner needs to 'feed' the chain straight on to the sprocket, or the chain will derail! (so don't move it away from the wheel too much.)
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