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Re: Belt not 100% on the sprocket [Re: Dab of oppo] #598027
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Originally Posted by Dab of oppo
I wish I could work out how to add photos


No need to work it out for yourself, just follow the instructions.

https://www.tm-img.com/page/ifu

Gissa shout if you get stuck.


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Re: Belt not 100% on the sprocket [Re: Dab of oppo] #598029
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Originally Posted by Dab of oppo
Almost but not quite.<a href="https://www.tm-img.com/image/KYj2M"><img src="https://www.tm-img.com/images/2018/03/08/IMG_4475.jpg" alt="IMG_4475.jpg" border="0" /></a>


You are trying to display an image, therefore you need image tags before an after the image you are linking to.

You are posting to a Bulletin Board, therefore you need to use the BBCode format for the image link.

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Re: Belt not 100% on the sprocket [Re: Erwin G] #598030
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Nice and clean down there Lee! thumbs


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Re: Belt not 100% on the sprocket [Re: Hamwich] #598037
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Thanks for the picture, that is where mine is running on the bevel box pulley. I think I am going to space the rear sprocket out so that if it wanders to the inside it will not hit the tire. Would hate to experience a rear blow out at any speed.


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Re: Belt not 100% on the sprocket [Re: Bunny] #598039
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Originally Posted by Bunny
Nice and clean down there Lee! thumbs


...but the fuel tank bracket on the tank on the right of the photo has a cracked bracket on the left bend by the look of it.

Re: Belt not 100% on the sprocket [Re: Erwin G] #599847
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I had a 3.5mm spacer made to move the rear sprocket outboard so that the belt does not run off the edge. Also had new flanges made for the sprocket. 3mm steel instead of the stock 2mm aluminum. Test run was successful. Will see how this holds up with some mileage.

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