Question about 1996 Honda CMX 250 Rebel
The rear sprocket on my 1979 Honda CM400T motorcycle has noticable side to side play. The 4 rubber bushings, and the 4 triangular shaped aluminum studs seem to be in good condition. How much should there be? How tight should the bushings be?
It should be not too tight but it sounds, as your chain is more than the required three loops check the chain and see how much you have extra links?
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Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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