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Is the rear tire in a dry frame off center 3/8" +/- to the right? I lined up my chain line and this is how it ended up.........

It looks wrong because rib on my rear fender does not line up with the rib on the tank. I tried to angle the seat alittle but it didn't work.


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hatch said:
Buy yourself a twenty dollar lazer level. Makes it easy to check the sprockets, and tail section alignment. That looks like a pretty fat rear tire. How much clearance do you have between the tire sidewall and the chain?
I do have the level (great tool). the front and rear sprockets are lined up. I am using a stock triumph rear wheel. I just think that it's weird the tire ends up off set from the backbone centerline.

The side of the tire is 5/8" off the centerline of the rear sprocket. (130/90-18 dunlop dirt track tire)
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hatch said:
Hmmmm....puzzling....it should line up, but not being there to check it out makes it difficult. Has the wheel been relaced?....maybe it is laced off center?
good point!....I never thought about the wheel being laced off center.

Is the rim centered on the hub on a stock wheel?

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pre-unit said:
kind of hard to tell in the pic but looking at the relation of the sprocket to tire it looks like the rim is relaced of center.
I am starting to think that.

The wheels I am using are being laced now, I am going to have them set up so the tire ends up in line with the backbone. Or at least as close to the chain as possible if not center.
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