Chain adjustment screwed up?
Ok guys Have a quick question that i need answered kinda fast leaving for hatfield at 4:30am on thursday. My buddy was going through the quads making sure everything was good, he adjusted my chain for me said there was about an inch of slack maybe alittle less. From what i gathered from him he put it in gear pushed it forward only loosened the "top" bolt where the adjustment he put about a turn on the rear adjustment plate bolt and tightned everything down to around 1/4in. When i read through the "how to section" it said to loosen both top and bottom carrier bolts he said he didnt see anything on the bottom that would do anything with the adjustment. The slide bracket from what he said is almost pushed all the way forward . Basicly i just want to make sure he didnt screw up, and my tranny locks up in the middle of nowhere. Also does anyone have a picture of the bolt? Im flying back in from overseas and cant get to the quad in time until we get to hatfield so any info would be great so he can wrench it before we roll.
Cheers, and much thanks.
Build Date: March 15th, 2006
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