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post #1 of 207 Old 03-17-11, 11:27 Thread Starter
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LighTech Chain Adjusters for Triumph Daytona 675

LighTech Chain Adjusters not only provide a trick look to the rear end of your motorcycle but they’re also a precision instrument for adjusting your motorcycle chain. A straight, properly tensioned chain will last longer saving you money in the long run. What sets LighTech chain adjusters apart from other brands on the market today is their click detent adjustment scheme which is akin to that of suspension adjustment knobs. A scale is laser-etched on the unit in a high-contrast manner, making chain adjustment quick and easy, even in low light. In this way, you can count clicks audibly and verify adjustment so you can be confident you’re doing things right. As an added bonus, you won’t have to deal with the OEM chain adjuster blocks falling out of place every time you go to swap out tires. And, these chain adjuster blocks are manufactured to tight tolerances which removes axle slop in the rear, further enhancing precision chain adjustment.

LighTech aftermarket motorcycle parts are not yet available on our website. To order a set of LighTech Triumph 675 chain adjusters, call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817. You can also email us, send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with LIGHTECH DAYTONA 675 CHAIN ADJUSTERS in the subject line and we’ll get back to you right away.

Each LighTech chain adjuster kit comes complete with all necessary hardware and simple installation instructions with torque specifications.


A bracket is attached to the back side of each chain adjuster to securely wrap the device solidly in position against the swingarm.


A precision metric scale is etched into the axle adjuster itself. This, along with a pair of notches that are machined into the axle block itself, provide for instant chain alignment reference.


As mentioned, the adjuster bolts have a detent mechanism within them so you could simply count the clicks when making adjustments to one side and then repeat that on the other for quick, easy chain alignment.




Here is a picture of the adjusters installed on a 2012 Street Triple

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Price please! Of course I just bought a Measurement tool, but this seems like an eaiser way to at least adjust the chain.
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Do you guys plan on keeping these in stock and plan on getting some other parts by them?

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Axle adjusters are back in stock.
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Price check please. Thanks TJ
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BTW I put this back up just for you Tom.
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Holy crap this a mod that I have already had for 2 years now...I can't believe that I beat TOM to it hahah.....BTW these adjusters are very nice and easy to use, and I'm sure TJ's price is way way better than what I paid.

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I got these too. Maybe I will actually put them on this weekend. They are definitely well made, and TJ hooked me up price wise and getting them to me before Tom as well.
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Price to 07094 please
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