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Timingjumps one tooth outafter setting. Will crank first kick but start to ride jumped out time, set tenchner til chain stopped making sound buy inserting 3mm screw pulling tention then looking. It has a 65.50 wisco big bore kit,with a 12 tooth drive socket, why keep doing this how to fix?

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You must reset the timing cause you can not reset just one tooth on it and yes you have to lock itin place cause the tentioner can nock it out of place when you increase the preasure

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