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Reply #60 - 10/01/21 at 19:03:45
 
I bought a Savage a few years ago and am finally getting around to working on it.  I pulled the clutch cover and was pleasantly surprised to see a Verslavy.  It seems quite extended so I am wondering if the cam chain is too stretched. Opinions?
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Reply #61 - 10/01/21 at 19:28:26
 
It's in the middle of the slot so ride like you stole it.
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Reply #62 - 11/08/21 at 15:49:28
 
The chain headed up ain't even hitting the chain headed down. You're good!
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Reply #63 - 04/19/22 at 15:49:22
 
I've read every post in this thread and don't see it.  I'm planning on putting in my new Verslavy tomorrow.  Is there a torque spec for the 10mm bolt that is used on the plunger?
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Reply #64 - 04/20/22 at 03:59:15
 
TRLREDY wrote on 04/19/22 at 15:49:22:
I've read every post in this thread and don't see it.  I'm planning on putting in my new Verslavy tomorrow.  Is there a torque spec for the 10mm bolt that is used on the plunger?


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The torque shown in the table listed is 6-8.5 ft/lbs.  It is a low torque and not all that possible to achieve if you only have a 150 ft/lb torque wrench.
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Reply #65 - 04/20/22 at 04:35:55
 
Thank you Dave!  I appreciate the info!
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Reply #66 - 07/20/22 at 13:57:58
 
I am selling my 2001 Savage with 9933 miles on it, and a buyer might be interested in doing the Verslavy cam tensioner mod.  Are they still available by Verslagen1, and if so, what is the charge? I live in the Los Angeles area. Do we have to send him the old one?
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Reply #67 - 07/20/22 at 15:10:23
 
iggymama wrote on 07/20/22 at 13:57:58:
I am selling my 2001 Savage with 9933 miles on it, and a buyer might be interested in doing the Verslavy cam tensioner mod.  Are they still available by Verslagen1, and if so, what is the charge? I live in the Los Angeles area. Do we have to send him the old one?

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