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Kazuma Falcon 150cc - Chain Problems


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Hey I have a kazuma falcon 150cc atv. I'm having major problems with the chain I tried just about everything I can think of. I bought a new chain and a gain tensioner assembly but the sprockets don't seem to stay in place. I tighten them as tight as I can get them

And as soon as I move it the sprocket arms drop which then cause a lot of slack in the chain. The it starts to rub on the frame. How do I get them

Tight so I can just drive and not have tabun more problems?? Can someone please take pictures of their chain and parts around it. I just can't seem to get it righ and it's aggravating please help!!!

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I think someone here just recently had some issues with the chain tensioners on one of those, turned out the spring was installed incorrectly. Try searching thru the forums or hopefully that member will find this post. It seems to be a common problem on those cheap Chinese machines.

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I guess you could try removing a link from the chain to shorten it a tad..... If your sprockets are in good shape. I'm not quite understanding what the exact problem is but it sure seems common on those cheap things. Possibly a bad idler bearing somewhere in the chaindrive? ( I love My all shaftdriven Suzuki!) You could have something binding up in the rear-end that basically confuses the tensioners. Try popping the chain off and making sure everything in the rear is tight and no binding!

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