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Reply #30 - 05/18/19 at 20:20:35
 
Hey Verslagen, I dont have enough posts to PM you, but I need one of your tensioners. I measured mine a few days ago and it is at 18.7mm. Let me know what information you need from me.

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Reply #31 - 05/18/19 at 23:08:04
 
Bender wrote on 05/18/19 at 20:20:35:
Hey Verslagen, I dont have enough posts to PM you, but I need one of your tensioners. I measured mine a few days ago and it is at 18.7mm. Let me know what information you need from me.

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Activate your email button so I can email you.

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Reply #32 - 05/19/19 at 16:36:08
 
@verslagen, okay email button is turned on now, thanks.
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Reply #33 - 05/19/19 at 17:38:13
 
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Reply #34 - 06/01/19 at 14:59:15
 
So I got the versy adjuster and replaced it this morning, thanks Verslagen. The pesky circlip gave me a really hard time, it took me about 30 minutes to pry it out with some flat heads, anyone have a trick to prying it off?

Also, I am confused on which hole to use in the adjuster. My old plunger was sticking out almost 19 mm, and on the new versy adjuster, I used the hole furthest from the plunger. Once I bolted it up I pulled the zip tie out and the plunger did not move at all. The chain felt tight by hand, but I don't have a good frame of reference for the tension. And now I am second guessing myself on the hole choice.

How do we know what hole to pick?
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Reply #35 - 06/01/19 at 16:42:56
 
If you were 19 out, then you had to use the 2nd hole.
It's probably loose and will tighten up once it gets going.

Yep, the c-clip is a b!tch.  and the harbor fright tool is a little too big.
I ground where it comes together so I can use it.

If you use a flat blade to push it half way out of the groove, then another can get a grip and twist it out.
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Reply #36 - 06/01/19 at 17:26:33
 
Which one is the 2nd hole? Closest to the plunger or farthest from the plunger?

Also, it sounds like you're saying it doesn't matter once you start riding because it will adjust itself into place.
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Reply #37 - 06/01/19 at 17:39:14
 
the 2nd hole is not the stock hole.
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Reply #38 - 06/01/19 at 21:59:41
 
Okay good to know, thanks.
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