What should you check after you’ve adjusted the tension on your drive chain?

A: Rear wheel alignment
B: Tyre pressures
C: Valve clearances
D: Sidelights
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Drive chains wear and need frequent adjustment and lubrication. If the drive chain is worn or slack, it can jump off the sprocket and lock the rear wheel. When you’ve adjusted the chain tension, you need to check the rear wheel alignment. Marks by the chain adjusters may be provided to make this easier.


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