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How do I tighten the chain on my 1985 Honda 200X

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Leave bike on level ground. loosen chain adjusters with equal turns on each side. loosen swing arm bolt. roll the wheeler foward. that will tighten up the chain. thighten everything back up your good to go. remember to leave a a inch or so of play tho.

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Eleavate the back wheel,lossen wheel, lossen chain adjusters, make sure both sides are at the exact mark and back and tighten pull

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