2001 Yamaha Warrior chain adjustment

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hi 2001 yamaha warrior need some help. put new chain and spocket and ruber roller came apart got new one it comeing apart after only mile what know if cut it off what do

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You probably need to adjust your chain. If it is too tight, it will cut into the roller when the suspension compresses.

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There are a nut and bolt that cross at top and bottom of the carrier, parallel to the axle, loosen them up. There are two bolts that stick straigt out from the back of the carrier, loosen the jam nut and turn the bolts to loosen or tighten the chain. When you get the chain properly adjusted, tighten the jam nuts back up and then tighten the larger nuts that hold the carrier still.


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