Re: Got problems, please help!!
Ok it's a bit hard to explain the correct position and how to straighten to match the rear cog but here goes
First the closer to the engine you can place the tensioner the better ,you can see from my photo I have mine placed around 5 to 6 inches away from the rear of the frame
You need to align the freewheel on the tensioner so it is in line with the rear sprocket because in its factory form it will kink off to the right somewhat if you are facing it and constantly kick the chain
It's simple to do I'll explain in next post
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