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What is the free play supposed to be in the rear chain of a 2005 gsx1400 ? Thank you :)

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In the centre of the chain between the sprockets, a vertical movement of at least 3/4" and no more than 1"

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The drive chain for your motorcycle should have no more than a 1/2 of play in it. Place the chain with the motor shut off between your thumb and fore finger. if you can move it up or down anymore than a 1/2, then you'll need to tighten it. Adjust both sides of the chain tensioner equally, and you should be set.

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