Question about 2008 KTM 990 Super duke
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Chain can be correctly tightened by loosening the axle nut so the axle floats. Then tighten the chain tensioning nuts on either side evenly so they tighten the chain. When the chain is properly tensioned you will have 3/8th - 1/2" of slack between the chain and the swing arm. Then re-torque the axle nuts and lubercate the chain. Should be ready to go.
Posted on Oct 28, 2011
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