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Old 01-25-2020, 12:08 AM
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the rubber engine mounts are very likely the culprit indeed.

also: why the secondary engine plate?
get rid of that too and just mount the bare engine to the bare frame

chain alignment then is been done adjusting the axle sprocket, not the engine.
just undo it's fixture and get it roughly in the correct position,
then with the rear jacked up, spin the wheels a bit and the sprockethub should align itself,
if it's stuck a light tap will take care (everything looks nice and clean.. I don't see any issues really)
once it is aligned that way just tighten the hub back up and you're done.

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