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Rear sprocket rubbing chain guard
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TOPIC: Rear sprocket rubbing chain guard

Rear sprocket rubbing chain guard 8 months ago #6393

Hi All

I've got a 2013 DRZ400e with 20 000 km highway use and gravel roads and 4wd tracks.

I've just replaced the rear hub bearings after one of the bearings collapsed.

When I put the rear wheel back onto the bike and have the chain settings the same on both sides and tighten the axle, the left hand side of the rear sprocket rubs against the chain guard underneath the rear sprocket.

When I loosen the axle and spin the wheel, the sprocket doesn't rub against the chain guard (the rear swingarm moves inwards as you tighten it).

Like I say I've got the chain settings the same on both sides of the axle.

I don't know if it was doing this before the bearing collapsed or not.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.
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