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Old 07-06-2009, 03:22 PM
drhofferber drhofferber is offline
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Default Re: more chain problems

Originally Posted by 2door View Post
That is an excellent idea. Find the top generator or alternator adjusting bracket. The most common you'll find will have a 3/8" slot in it and most tensioner/roller blade/skate board wheels use a 5/16/ bolt but they make bushings to take up that difference. Why didn't I think of that before I spent the time milling a slot and bending my bracket I think, if I scrounge through some of my old hot rod stuff, I have a chrome one.
Good idea.
put everything togeather ...cut the bracket so it fits inside the frame...have your roller and bracket on it...set it correctly for alinment and tac it in place...than finish welding it...wala......what i've seen of two doors, it would be simular and with truck supply setup it would be great...i.m working on the same thing...i like that setup....i've told 2door that was a great tensioner he puts on his bikes...ok...have fun...Dennis
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Old 07-08-2009, 11:24 PM
matt167 matt167 is offline
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Default Re: more chain problems

sorry, I havn't got pics yet.. free time has lately been working on my '51 Chevy..... did get the new #41 chain and pulled off the old 415... looked straight down at the old chain, and not only is it twisted a bit, it's mangled.. about the middle of the chain, links are severely bent. probably 15 links are effected..
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