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Need a wheel alignment tool. - July 5, 2008, 03:45 PM

Anyone in the Gainesville/ Bristow area have one that measures from your swingarm pivot to the axle? I adjusted my chain and aligned by the marks, but the gap from the arm to the block is different. Also, it looks as if my chain wants to hug the left side of the rear sprocket.
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July 5, 2008, 07:59 PM

Tried that. I don't know if it is stretching (and no, I'm not using a bungee ) but the chain still wants to hug the sprocket. I'm probably just being anal retentive, or OCD.


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September 27, 2008, 11:53 PM

thats the goal.....you want to stretch it so there is no sag and make the distance between the rear tire and the string equal on both sides
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I got this wheel alignment tool from a company called Quality Machine Co. out of Georgia they work great and run about $75. Very easy to use and quick and accurate. They are a must have if you are anal retentive about chain adjustment.
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May 4, 2009, 04:58 PM

hmmm... I pulled and locked, spun the tire in all five gears didn't see a shimmy or shake, I assumed it's good to go. Havn't had a problem with it yet...
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