Thread: Chain tensioner
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Old 03-26-2012, 03:28 PM
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Default Re: Chain tensioner

Originally Posted by jats View Post
if your chain stay is tapered shim the narrow end with a chunk of rubber so the roller is inline with the chain get a good chain and check your alinement's
Instead of shims it's better to secure the bracket solidly to the chain stay and bend, twist actually, the bracket to get the wheel to align with the chain path. The problem with relying on a rubber shim is that eventually over time it will compress, loosen and there goes your alignment.

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