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    Quote Originally Posted by trevloc View Post
    Are there spanner tabs on the newest CBs ??

    On my older model there's just one locking bolt.

    Unless your chain was super loose when you started adjusting it there is virtually no movement of the bikes front wheel during adjustment.

    If there was this kind of problem I'm sure that Honda would have high-lighted it in the bikes hand book.-------

    This is the first time I've heard of this in my 10 years on this forum.------
    And I won't disagree, I haven't really had major issues, but I did notice that the effort required to adjust the chain is substantially higher on a paddock stand or in gear than on a side stand in Neutral. Without the correct spanner tool as well, you will struggle a little more on a high mileage bike with less than perfect cleanliness mucking up the job!

    I just focus on making the job require the least amount of stress and effort on tools/fasteners.

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    MachRider.---Sometimes when a chain has been slightly stretched by a bit of hard acceleration the chain can develop loose and tight spots.---If that happens then you have to roll the bike backwards and forwards to find that tight spot before you adjust the chain. ( That's if you are using a side stand. )

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    Below is a picture of what I use to adjust the rear chain on the side stand.




    Roller skates are useful in many ways combined with a bit of wood and steel plate.---


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    Quote Originally Posted by trevloc View Post
    MachRider.---Sometimes when a chain has been slightly stretched by a bit of hard acceleration the chain can develop loose and tight spots.---If that happens then you have to roll the bike backwards and forwards to find that tight spot before you adjust the chain. ( That's if you are using a side stand. )
    Yup, I pull the bike over to spin the rear wheel and see where the tight spot is. Usually easy enough to see just rolling it back in the garage

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    I forgot to mention. With the rear wheel on that roller skate I can turn the wheel easily by hand to oil the chain.

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    That's a seriously good hack you have there trevloc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tifa View Post
    That's a seriously good hack you have there trevloc.
    When I first tried it I was Really amazed how easy it was to use. I was just tinkering about not expecting it to work after I made it.. But it DID.----------

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