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How to change a cam chain tensioner on a 2001 evo harleydavidson motor

After I ride and motorcycle warms up a small knock comes from inner primary

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You're big end bearings are just about to give out. I've just rebuilt two * 2003 SV1000 engines where the bearings had failed.
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no, it is automatic adjustment only, once it has reached it's end, you must replace the chain

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SOURCE: disassemble the clutch so I can install new primary chain

Isn't there a big nut in the middle of the clutch pack? Also I am not sure, it might be a left-handed one, check the threads first.

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You have a self adjusting cam chain tensioner. It is sold as an assembly. Take out the complete unit and replace it with a new one. The springs are not bad , the device that keeps the pressure on the tensioner is slipping causing a ticking sound.

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SOURCE: adjust primary chain on a harley davidson

after safely supporting rear wheel off ground, remove small inspection cover from primary cover. rotate rear wheel until primary chain is at tightest point. cold engine- chain free play should be 5/8" - 7/8", hot engine should be 3/8" - 5/8". to adjust, loosen primary chain adjuster shoe nut (bolt head is similar to a carriage bolt-square head), sometimes you will need to tap bolt end to free up adjuster, as it sits in grooces to hold at desired level. adjust to desired tension and tighten bolt to 22-29 ft/lbs. then recheck chain freeplay after rotating rear wheel at least one full revolution. If OK, reinstall cover.

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

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