Question about 2005 Factory bike Chrono SM 250
Generally when the chain comes off it is because it is too loose or has gotten something in it.
There may be something lodged by the front or rear sprocket.
Did you check the teeth on both sprockets after reinstalling the chain?
Is the chain bent sideways? (not likely but possible)
Has the chain been properly adjusted since it came off?
Is the rear wheel straight in the frame?
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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