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How to adjust your chain

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Howto: Replace Your Motorcycle Chain and Sprockets in 10 mins
I finally got around to picking up some SV650 sprockets and a new chain. The old chain that just came off was actually now in worse shape than the even older chain that came off of it a few months ago. The old sprockets were a little beat up, so I decided to just change it all! So here's the whole job in just about 10 minutes! You can now be a fan of Skeeter the Duck on her very own Facebook Fan Page! Add Skeeter: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Skeeter-the-Duck/101653876566593?ref=ts My personal Blog: http://duckshit.net Add me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/VvTheDuckvV Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vvtheduckvv Friend me on Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/wtfduck





Howto: Replace Your Motorcycle Chain in 10 Mins
Subscribe to http://youtube.com/DuckmanCycles for more motorcycle howto stuff! This is pretty remedial to most people, the parts and priciples for all chain-driven vehicles are the same. This video was created to test some new video editing software. My SV650 had a worn out chain, budget is tight and I don't feel like driving the car to work in the recent nice weather. I found another chain in the garage that is in better condition, so I cut it to size and replaced it on the bike.





How to remove your front wheel
I take off my front wheel.





How To: Motorcycle Chain Cleaning
A promised video... How to clean your motorcycle chain.





How to Adjust the Chain on a Motorcycle
SSB shows you step-by-step how to adjust the chain on your bike.





Motorbike maintenance: Part 4 Clean and adjust chain
This is taken from a free DVD I got with a magazine a while back so I thought I'd chop it into segments to share with people. Part 4: Cleaning and tightening the chain. Checking cush drive rubbers.





Motorcycle Sprocket & Chain Install Part 2
Part 2 deals with the master link and riveting, chain tension and rear wheel alignment. As always this is NOT a how to video, but rather a video to give you the idea. It always looks easier on film with the editing. An improperly installed master link can lead to chain failure and possible serious injury !!!!!!!! Part one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5qGGJ6NpGk&list=PL28BD27A9AB5C648B&feature= c4-overview-vl Intro music credit: Dark Symphony "Jamendo.com" royalty free music Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"





Dirt Bike Chain Adjustment and Lubrication
http://www.bikebandit.com?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_cam paign=dirt-bike-chain-adjustment-lubrication This BikeBandit.com How To Video overviews Dirt Bike Chain Adjustment and Lubrication with Steve Matthes and was produced by Transworld Motocross. Proper chain adjustment and lubrication on a dirt bike is key to long chain and sprocket life. Specifications for dirt bike chain adjustment can be found within most owner's manuals and can also be found within dirt bike repair manuals. You can find dirt bike repair manuals on the BikeBandit.com website at http://www.bikebandit.com/motorcycle-repair-manual/cm/a642315?utm_source=yo utube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=dirt-bike-chain-adjustment-lubric ation Lubrication is your friend for long life. Chain lube for dirt bikes can be found on our website at http://www.bikebandit.com/lubricants-grease-motorcycle-chemicals/c/a642287a 634356?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=dirt-bike-cha in-adjustment-lubrication





How to Replace and Rivet a Motorcycle Chain (DL650)
Close up detail using a chain breaker and riveting tool to replace a motorcycle chain . This was my first time changing a motorcycle chain so feel free to point out any errors. For example I had put the riveting bit in the chain tool when I was pushing the plate on. Don't do that. The other youtube videos covering this subject are all terrible so hopefully this will help someone out. This is for a V Strom DL650 but all riveted chains work the same. Tool is STOCKTON TOOL COMPANY Breaker and Rivet Took Kit bought 75% off from Cycle Gear: http://tinyurl.com/62fdkwp





Delboy's Garage, Suzuki Bandit, Chain Adjustment. (plus clean and lube).
Easy task this one, not sure it was even worth posting it, but with the amount of badly and even dangerously neglected chains i see on bikes out and about, it seems that not so many people care too much about chain maintainance, or otherwise dont know. So for those who care enough to bother, here's how i take care of MY chain, ..Enjoy.





Chain Adjustment Tips
A couple useful tips to consider when setting your drive chain slack.





Motorcycle Chain Maintenance
This is one of the many methods of cleaning your chain. **It is not necessary to remove the chain guard. I did it just to make filming easier. Bike shown is a 07 CBR 600rr.





how to adjust your chain
how to adjust and lubricate your chain





How to change your brake pads NEW
This time it's day time so you can actually see what I'm doing.





Clean and Lube Your Chain
How to properly clean and lube a motorcycle chain.





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