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Lube it with sae 90 oil if it then exist replace

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Excessive drive chain noise is caused by the following, lack of proper maintenance, keep it clean and lubed, next would be correct adjustment, most bikes about 3/4" deflection at center run of chain up and down play, next would be a worn out chain and/or drive or driven sprockets, last but not least and very noisy is the chain being stretched, if you rotate the wheel the chain gets loose then tight. Always check the sprockets for excess wear when replacing a chain, the drive sprocket on the engine is hardened steel and wears the least.

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  • arjunu3 Aug 11, 2013

    Does this happen if the chain is tightened?...Yesterday my bike was serviced and since then j hear this disturbing sound and when I took it to the service center, they said that the sound is heard because the chain is tightened.

  • arjunu3 Aug 11, 2013

    I also have this problem.It started after my bike was serviced.They said that it is because the chain was tightened and it will go away after a few days.Will this noice be heard if the chain is tightened??

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