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the adjustment screws should prevent it from moving forward, so if its moving back, just tap it forward with a rubber mallet after each turn, eventually it will get too tight for it to slide back.


I've never had that problem on mine, but I could see it happeneing.

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I can get my chain tension right where I want it, along with wheel alignment. Then even though I try to hold everything in place as I torque it, it moves on me. End up with chain getting tighter, and alignment not as close as I had it. Does anyone else have this? Maybe my swingarm is bent?

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Thanks for the advice "cdn". I don't have a rubber mallet right now, but I'll try using my forehead in the meanwhile :D

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