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Old 5th February 2010, 23:59   #31
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Originally Posted by Nikhilb2008 View Post
I think in my case the chain was over tightened. I will do a complete check on the other components as well. Thankfully the bike's rear wheel didnt lock instantly.

This is relatively easy to fix.
Have heard local service guys telling, its better to remove chain guard to prevent rear wheel lock-up if chain breaks.

No idea how true is that!
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Old 6th February 2010, 01:16   #32
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Admire your confidence in getting it fixed Nik.
However that puddle of oil came from behind the sprocket cover. A large object took a ride on the top run of the chain to cause that amount of damage. I had a top hat spacer do the same on the blade which locked the backwheel thankfully while in a straight line.
Anyway keep us all posted bud.
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Old 12th February 2010, 12:52   #33
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Now that rings louder than my morning alarm in my ears. I got a an August '04 180dtsi, done about twice the mileage as you. Something like this happens to my motorcycle, i'd leave it there itself and continue my wait to buy something better.
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