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Old 07-02-2014, 11:52 PM
jonnyp929 jonnyp929 is offline
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Default Re: Huffy Cranbrook Project

Do NOT cut the mount. It will mess up the threads. Just take the metal plate and flip it so the u bolt is on the top of engine. About the chain popping off, it is beause of poor sprocket alightment. This will take acouple of hours to make it straight. Take the gas out of the bike and put it upside down so rear rim is facing up. Then loosen the sprocket bolts so the sprocket can move. Pedal the bike so the sprocket aligns by itself and slowley tighten it. Tighten the bolts oppisite from . Another. Dont worry about putting a front brake right now. If you decide to put parts on it to make it safer, buy a spring loaded chain tensioner. The regular one has the tendancy to go into the spokes if properly not looked after and bearings inside are very cheap
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