Thank you, actually got all three replaced and installed buy a local shop. But I would like to install one more tooth in the front sprockets for a little longer gears.Depending on your budget and mileage on your sprockets and chain.while you are in there might consider doing all 3. Its that simultaneous wear situation going on.
Thank you this is just what I needed to hear.You can quite easily adjust the real tire and replace the front sprocket without removing the rear wheel or axle. To adjust chain slack you need to loosen (but not remove) the axle.
So I've loosened the adjusters and pushed the wheel all the way forward, but still doesn't seem to be enough slack to get the chain off the front sprocket. Thought about removing the chain but they how would I get the front sprocket off? It spins on its ownTo adjust chain slack you shouldn't be removing the axle nut, just loosening. Loosen the axle position adjusters on each side of the swingarm to move forward/backward within the swingarm. Obviously make sure the wheel/axle isn't binding within the swingarm, this may be what is giving you issues.