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    Senior Member NSW murf's Avatar
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    Gee laser we out in here in the bush still string line them Cheers Murf TECNO Nige
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    Haahaa yes I know about these things but doesn't mean I know how to use them. Always happy for someone else spend the cash and try out before I dip into my pockets!!

    Nige

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    Senior Member NSW murf's Avatar
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    I got some special Katana string but gee it costs a motza LOL Cheers Murf. Shit I forgot I got a laser wheel alignment tool but never use it to old school I guess + I forget I got a laser one.
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    I think I saw one on the net the other day and it was a magnetized one that attaches to the rear sprocket.Neat little thing just cant remember how much.No where near as expensive as retro Kat string though!

    Nige

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    I bought mine from a trade stall at the Laverda concourse a few years ago, it is a Profi CAT Laser DOT Chain alignment tool. Works a treat and wasn't expensive.
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    Senior Member NSW Nick Kakasiouris's Avatar
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    Thanks for the reply's gents and the team at Old Gold with do a string test and they will place some small markings on the swing arm near the rear axle on both sides for me. Need to have the Titanium Yoshimura race system modified as to give it more room near the swing arm bracing. The Black system was put on Phil's bike and was sent to Melbourne last week.
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    A Trammel gauge is the quickest & easiest method if you want to set up your chain adjuster marks, I got this one http://www.sharpracing.com.au/axle-truing-jig/ & it's one of the most used tools in my workshop - you wouldn't believe the amount of bikes that have the marks off square out of the factory.
    4mm difference is the record & I'm ashamed to say it was a brand new Suzuki

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    Thanks for the link Turbo, time to sort through the cut off bin and make one for the Kat. Like Murf said, factory " Special Katana String" is very exy so this is a better option I think.

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