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Any help? Seems really tight and I didnt wanna break anything by doing it wrong
 

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did you loosen the four allen bolts on the axle bearing carrier? If not, then do that and stick your allen wrench thru the rear sprocket into the carrier pivot hole. Push or pull quad a little to tighten or loosen.
 

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did you loosen the four allen bolts on the axle bearing carrier? If not, then do that and stick your allen wrench thru the rear sprocket into the carrier pivot hole. Push or pull quad a little to tighten or loosen.
So true. Very easy to do. If I did it, so can u :p
 

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Make. Sure the chain is in the loosest position. Put the bike in neutral. Feed the chain through the front sprocket, around and back down to the rear. Connect the master link and using your screwdriver or Allen key adjust tension then tighten up the 4 Allen bolts.

I usually sit on the quad and jump on it a little to see if the chain gets to tight with the compression of the rear shock.
 

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The chain will also loosen up a bit after riding, so u will want to re check it
 
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