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19950Dixon ZT3303 chain adjustment

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06-22-2018 10:20:41

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Can anyone tell me how to adjust primary chain on this old Dixon? Not enough length for a half link. Any help will be appreciated.

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06-25-2018 07:06:45

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 Re: 19950Dixon ZT3303 chain adjustment in reply to doorman, 06-22-2018 10:20:41  
I assume you mean one or both of the small ones right by the cones? those are endless chains as they spin fast enough they can throw out the keepers in the master/half link ect,, if they do and you are on a hill you lose all braking and power to that wheel,, I used to stock replacements when I sold Dixon,, recommend you replace the part with a correct one but its yours so just giving advise do what you like, they always have some slack in them even when new cnt

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06-22-2018 13:56:01

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 Re: 19950Dixon ZT3303 chain adjustment in reply to doorman, 06-22-2018 10:20:41  
Might not apply to you but I have seen this on chain drive systems. Go order a new chain. That should fix you up. Sounds goofy but I have run into it several times. There are no adjustments on some stuff.

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06-22-2018 15:54:54

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 Re: 19950Dixon ZT3303 chain adjustment in reply to jeffcat, 06-22-2018 13:56:01  
Thanks,I wondered about that.

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06-22-2018 21:28:21

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 Re: 19950Dixon ZT3303 chain adjustment in reply to doorman, 06-22-2018 15:54:54  
My fist Snapper riding mower had a messed up drive chain. Took the drive assembly apart and wiggled a new chain on. Added new clean grease. Perfect. Just like a loose chain saw chain. Chains do stretch.

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