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Most likely what has happened is that the tensioner bolt has backed out a bit, and is causing the primary chain to bump the case. I've had a few bikes that this has happened with. It won't cause any real damage, just a few scrapes on the inner primary, but you do need to get it right. I recommend that you replace the factory tesioner with a Hayden M6 automatic tensioner. This way you will never have to adjust it again, and it will always be adjusted properly. Occasionally you will have to replace the springs, about every 7 to 10 years, otherwise it takes care of itself.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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