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How to adjust gear chain on Yamaha VK pro

Adjustment of gear selector chain

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Locate chain tension bolt.

Loosen locknut.

With 2 fingers tighten the lock bolt until it is tight.(not crazy tight)

Then back off the lock bolt 1/4 of a turn.

Hold bolt and tighten lock nut.

You are done now.

Good luck!

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