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1987 Honda TRX 250x - Chain/Sprocket Problems

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i have and 87 250x and it has way to much slack ive tryed to tighten it but it just dosnt tightin anymore..can any1 tell me what i can do.. it dosnt have enough slack to take a link out thanks cory

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Thanks but i got it loose enough to take a link out its working good but my front brake cylinder is making a popping sound do any of u know why?

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