Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Washington, the state
The usual chain adjustment rules apply:
--the chain should need adjustment very seldom. Very, very seldom. When it needs frequent adjustment, it's dying.
--A bit loose is better than a bit tight.
--Sight over the top of the rear sprocket to check that the chain is running straight to the front sprocket, or use one of the cheap alignment tools (or an expensive laser alignment tool). Don't trust the marks on the swingarm as the final setting.
"Older people who are reasonable, good-tempered, and gracious will bear aging well. Those who are mean-spirited and irritable will be unhappy at every period of their lives.
"Let each of use properly whatever strengths he has and strive to use them well. If he does this, he will never find himself lacking."
Marcus Tullius Cicero