I have my kasaki and the chen is streched, the links must be further apart at this point then previously inictated how will they line up with the sprocket?
These work great but are a bit spendy. I spent years shrinking my chain back up with heat, but finally shelled out the bucks for the stretcher and wish I had done it a long time ago.You need to get a sprocket stretcher.
After a little sprocket adjustment, they should line up just fine.
No need to buy any new parts until something actually breaks.
worked for this guyoh a sprocket stretcher, those are hard to find. what do I do when there is no more room to move the rear wheel with the adjusters? extended swingarm?
It really depends on how LONG you let the chain go.Not to mention, I heard that every other or 3rd chain you should replace the sprockets, both the driven and drive sprockets.
Oh, I just noticed you are the poster who has made the most comments on this thread, talking to yourself indicates you might have a problem. LOLHey by2, don't listen to the advice by these other posters, if you have a stretched you can restore it to it's original length by soaking it overnight in liquid co2 and dry ice. Good as new by morning. Don't get any of the solution on you though.