I've been searching but only found a post by you stating you didn't torque your rear axle nut. You drew a line on the nut with a sharpie. Would you happen to know the torque setting? I thought it might be 65lbs?19mm on the left side, 24mm on the right (exhaust) side.
I had to adjust my chain twice in the first 500km but its stopped now.
However Ive almost run out of adjustment now as I changed my rear sprocket, dropping two teeth. Will have to take a link out.
No idea mate, someone with a 250R or 300R/F workshop manual may be able to help.I've been searching but only found a post by you stating you didn't torque your rear axle nut. You drew a line on the nut with a sharpie. Would you happen to know the torque setting? I thought it might be 65lbs?
Do you use English size wrenches on your bike? I only say this because you converted the Metric sizes to English. That would pretty much strip any bolt you are working on?3/4" and 15/16" for you seppos
+1 for the sharpie/nikko/paint pen line, got the torque wrenches in the shed so i'd me interested to know the correct tension if anyone has it.
Ok your location explains a lot. In the U.S. everything is half n half. But when it comes to things I know are purely Metric such as our bikes that's all I use. But I understand and probably have used standard on metric on other things.i'm in Far north Queensland, Australia (probably should update the profile). I'm a fitter/machinist by trrade and back on the tools after a few years condition minitoring. I work in a 100 year old factory, lots and lots of imperial gear so i work in both units all the time. The sizes i quoted are AF but i've still got a fair bit of British Standard gear as well.
3/4" is only 2 thou bigger than 19mm
15/16" should be around 8 and a half thou too small but i'm sure most are the same spanner/socket with a different stamp on it.