Re: Hello from Florida
Proper sprocket alignment is crucial no matter what, tensioner or no tensioner. Your rear sprocket must be centered on the hub otherwise the chain will tighten and loosen as the wheel rotates, and if it wobbles in and out it will want to throw the chain off the sprocket. If you spend the time to make sure the rear sprocket is just right you will have much less problems. You can dish the rear sprocket in or out, whichever way makes the front to back chain alignment better....