Yes, Kreuzi it goes on the rear sprocket just long enough to do the aligning and then it is removed. I found it to be extremely accurate.............actually, to 1/2 thread accuracy. Very pleased with the product.
Well guys, I may be slow and I may be extremely inexperienced, but I got the sprockets and chain installed. Just took it for a short test ride and everything sounds and feels great. Going to be taking a 25 mile ride here in about and hour, so I'll get a little better feel for how well I did..........or didn't did. I may have trouble"playing" grease monkey, but I learn a lot about my bike and what I'm doing each time I dive in. Thanks for all the help when I holler.
Quick follow-up and I'm through with this thread. I took my 30 mile ride today at 55~85 mph. (wind wasn't in my face when I was doing 85!) Any way the bike hummed like a sewing machine and when I got home I checked the chain and it was.................still there and everything looked great. WHEW! Think I'm going to go to the repair shop and apply for a job as a motorcycle mechanic.
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