Question about 2002 Honda CR 250 R
I have an off road Honda CR 80 and my chain comes off when I ride it, is this a common problem? is a new chain easy to fit?
Make sure you only take out the excessive slack though, its important to leave some free play which can be measured with a ruler, if not you risk snapping the chain which is dangerous to your engine case and your ankles
Posted on Mar 23, 2012
What you need to do is adjust the rear wheel to take up the slack in the drive chain.
You by now have possibly ruined both the sprockets where the chain need to be securely located.
To take out the slack the wheel spindle will have to be loosened and adjusted by the two clamps around it they are on each side of the swing 10mm nuts used for this purpose.
To replace chain and sprockets the wheel needs to be removed so I suggest purchasing a Haynes manual or similar to study involvement.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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