Originally Posted by crmachineman
I've been using 415H chain, and I like it, but I found that it needed to be modified by grinding one side a little. I found that if I didn't do that, the chain would ride up high on the small drive sprocket. It prevented the chain rollers from fully nesting in the sprocket recesses.
My does the same thing. And I'am still running it like that. I have another kind of chain tension, but haven't put it on yet. With a better wheel. Thanks for the good tip.