The Answer To An Always Perfectly Adjusted Chain!
“Once you set your chain tension by measuring it, you simply hook this tool onto your chain and set the indicator with the provided tools. Then at any time, you can quickly and easily know if your chain is too loose or too tight. The build quality is also excellent! I highly recommend it to every motorcycle owner.” - Seth M.
Why Buy Our Motorcycle Chain Slack Adjuster Tool?
✅RELIABLE: This tool is designed to help you adjust the chain on your motorcycle with ease and great precision. It ensures that the chain tension is perfectly aligned and not too loose or tight. It also has an easy-to-read indicator that will let you know if the chain is too loose, Ok, or too tight.
✅COMPATIBILITY: The tool is made of top-quality stainless steel and is compact, making it durable, wear-resistant, and long-lasting. It grants a quicker and more precise adjustment of the slack for all types of motorcycles, such as scrambler, sport bike, sport touring, cruiser, adventure, enduro, and more.
✅EASY TO USE: It can accurately adjust the chain on your motorcycle in just two minutes without requiring all those repetitive, time-consuming, and complicated measurements with tape. Simply mount the tool, loosen the middle bold, align the marks and tighten the bolt. When the marks are aligned, you can hit the road safely.
- Before using the tool, it must be calibrated for your motorcycle. To do it, check your motorcycle’s owner manual and adjust the chain slack according to the manufacturer's instructions. Make sure the chain is adjusted correctly. You only use a tape measure 1 time to calibrate the tool once, and then you can forget all about it! Even when you change a tire, or stretch the chain, the tool will still be set and ready to be used!
- The tool must be removed from the chain after it has been used to adjust it. You don’t ride with the tool on the chain. Just store the tool in your bike box and use it when your chain needs re-adjustment.
- Incorrect chain tension can damage various components of your motorcycle and result in accidents. If the chain is too tight, it causes wear on the sprockets while preventing the rear suspension from working properly. If the chain is too loose, it rattles and could jump off anytime. In both cases, dangerous accidents could be caused.
- Not too loose nor too tight. If you want your chain to last, the slack has to be just right.
📋Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Can I use this on multiple motorcycles?
A: Yes, you can use this tool for several bikes. Just make an extra mark on the tool for each additional bike you have to indicate the optimal calibration point for that particular bike.
Q: Will this work on a four-wheeler chain?
Q: Do you leave this on the bike?
A: No, you have to take it off after the chain is adjusted.
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