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Chain Adjustment Tips

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


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Dirt Bike - Drive Chain Replacement, Adjustment and Service
Replace or change your chain on your dirt bike! Professional mechanic Troy Cote takes you through step by step to keep your dirt bike running and working its best. Using a chain break, you will be able to adjust the length of your chain to fit your sprockets set up. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE and tell your friends. More videos on our youtube channel or at CoteMotorcycles.com. Thanks for watching!

KLR 650 Maintenance: Chain Slack Adjustment
This video is a step-by-step procedure for adjusting the chain slack on a Kawasaki KLR 650. Included is a brief discussion on why chain slack happens, how to test for looseness or tightness (both a sign that chain slack needs adjusting), and a step-by-step procedure. This video assumes a novice or beginner level of mechanical understanding. **DISCLAIMER: This video contains suggestions for adjusting the chain slack on a KLR 650, but in no way are the authors liable for any problems, mechanical issues, or damages arising out of following this procedure. This video contains thoughtful suggestions, nothing more. You are liable for any damage that might occur to either yourself or your KLR when working on your own bike!

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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.

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 and Sprocket Installation
http://www.bikebandit.com?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_cam paign=dirt-bike-chain-and-sprocket-installation This BikeBandit.com How To Video overviews Dirt Bike Chain and Sprocket Installation with Steve Matthes and was produced by Transworld Motocross. With the amount of torque put down by modern dirt bikes, they've got quite the appetite for chains and sprockets. Fortunately replacing them is quick work with the right parts and tools. Whether you're just replacing a sprocket, a worn out chain or are going for all three, BikeBandit.com has the dirt bike parts you need to get back riding. Stock OEM replacement sprockets and chains for dirt bikes can be found at http://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=descripti on&utm_campaign=dirt-bike-chain-and-sprocket-installation Aftermarket sprockets for dirt bikes are going to be a bit longer lasting depending on the model, so you'll want to choose wisely. You can save a buck here and there, but that often means that you'll end up replacing chains and sprockets on a dirt bike at a greater frequency. Aftermarket dirt bike sprockets can be found on our website at http://www.bikebandit.com/sprockets/cm/a697344?utm_source=youtube&utm_mediu m=description&utm_campaign=dirt-bike-chain-and-sprocket-installation and aftermarket chains can be found at http://www.bikebandit.com/chains/c/a697193?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=de scription&utm_campaign=dirt-bike-chain-and-sprocket-installation It's a good idea to do a thorough inspection before proceeding with any work or placing an order for parts for a dirt bike. Things like chain sliders and rollers may need to be replaced as well. OEM chain sliders and chain rollers for dirt bikes can be found within our OEM parts section at http://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=descripti on&utm_campaign=dirt-bike-chain-and-sprocket-installation, aftermarket chain sliders can be found at http://www.bikebandit.com/chain-sliders/cm/a729377?utm_source=youtube&utm_m edium=description&utm_campaign=dirt-bike-chain-and-sprocket-installation and aftermarket chain rollers are located at http://www.bikebandit.com/chain-rollers/cm/a710843?utm_source=youtube&utm_m edium=description&utm_campaign=dirt-bike-chain-and-sprocket-installation You may find our dirt bike chain adjustment and lubrication how to video helpful for this procedure which can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsBycase5vw

"Cleaning and Lubricating Your Motorcycle Drive Chain," on maxrof (video)
I teach how to clean and lubricate your motorcycle drive chain using kerosene, a toothbrush and Motul chain lubricant. 2013-08-13: Click here to see version2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6Ej7Yznp4o Watch more videos about how to maintain your motorcycle: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3CBF21E09C8181A1 Ride to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/maxrof Subscribe to receive my videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=maxrof Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/maxrof maxrof features videos that teach you how to maintain your motorcycle. We also install upgrades, test products and film motorcycle racing. Sorry, we're building our release schedule. Please check back with us periodically. Help our channel grow by sending a bitcoin tip: 1JYuzTQ31ZVDWkAdJ5Zp1tAtaqS7JKRMBY

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DID chain tool review and tutorial
Seeing as no-one else has done a video review of this tool, I will! Using it to break a standard OEM endless 525 chain on my '97 Honda CBR600F and then press and rivet a DID 525VX X ring chain. Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is as a guide only. It does not supercede any information in your owners manual or other professional workshop manual. I am using this tool and carrying out this work at my own risk on my own bike. If you are not 100% confident in carrying this work out, take your bike to a qualified professional. I will not be held responsible for any loss, injury or damage howsoever caused.

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Sprocket and Chain Installation on a 07/08 Kawasaki ZX6R Part 3/4 Front sprocket and chain riveting
This video highlights the installation of the front sprocket and riveting the chain master link. I try to be as detailed as possible. Any questions or comments, please put in the comment section.

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