Re: Chain Length/Tension Question
You can also adjust the tensioner by sliding it back towards the wheel dropouts. I had to keep mine way back towards the wheel dropouts, because no matter how tight I tightened the wheel of the tensioner it would always slide to the bottom, so to fix that problem I kept the tensioner wheel in the bottom position and slide the tensioner towards the wheel dropouts.
Edit: truthfully you are likely better off keeping the wheel of the tensioner as low as possible. Less chance of it pulling into the spokes.
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Last edited by Shadeslay; 03-21-2009 at 06:31 PM.