Question about Suzuki RM 250 Motorcycles
Back of the rear axle nut, then back of the adjuster lock nuts. You then wind the adjuster bolts in equal amounts on each side.
When chain has correct tension tighten down the adjuster lock nuts and the axel nut.
Posted on Apr 21, 2015
Rear wheel slides back to tighten chain
Posted on Apr 21, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to tighten the chain
Loosen the rear axle nut mounting the wheel to the swing arm, then loosen the lock bolt on the top of the chrome adjuster ( left and right adjusters ), then loosen the lock nut on the long adjuster screw. Run the nut about 1/2" down the length of the adjuster screw. Now turn the adjuster screws equally in a clockwise direction to remove the excess slack from the chain. There should be index lines on the swing arm that the single index line on the chrome adjuster is referenced to. Example; If the chrome index line meets up with perhaps the fourth index mark on the swing arm on the left side, the right side should be at the same position. This keeps the wheel in alignment. When the adjustment is finished tighten the axle nut then tighten the adjuster lock nuts and then tighten the lock bolt on top of the chrome adjusters.
Leave some slack in the chain. Mid-chain you should be able to move the chain up and down about one and one half inches. If the chain can be lifted at the rear sprocket it is too loose. Lubricate the chain and the control cables on the bike. What condition are the front and rear sprockets in? The teeth should be bluntly rounded at the tip. If the teeth are sharp at the tip, or getting that way, then the sprockets are way past time to be replaced. Note that a worn sprocket can quickly ruin a new chain.
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Posted on Jun 04, 2009
DONT SPLIT THE TIMMING CHAIN TAKE THE CRANK OUT AND FIT IT THAT WAY. IF YOU SPLIT THE CHAIN IT WILL MORE THAN LIKELY SNAP AT THE POINT WHERE IT WAS REJOINED
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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