Join Date: Feb 2015
Location: coogee beach nsw australia
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our stamped marks are are not hi-tech and thus only a guide..
as far as chain alignment, all else being equal, those sighting rods
secured to swingarm and sprocket are the obvious answer..
without one tho, one can still take line of sight alignment
by sighting directly along the chain itself [like aiming a rifle]
looking for tell tale bowing of chain either way..
also worth while seeing your at it anyway to use your paddock stand
and run the engine in gear for another sighting dimension,,
which can show other factors static sighting may not show..
i still notice chain/sprockets on parked bikes...