You also want to make sure your rear tire is aligned. You can tell by looking at the belt in the rear pulley. There should be a slight gap on each side throughout a full turn of the wheel. I had a issue like this this and my back brake disc was rubbing on the brake pad at one point ever so slightly. Just something to check. The guides on the swingarm should be close to same for each side but some fine tuning is usually required. I put mine up on a jack and run it in 1st gear to insure the alignment is true base on how the belt tracks. I am sure there are many methods but this works the best for me. Like Richard also said, be sure you have the correct tension on the belt. Once you play with it enough you will be able to tell by feel if it is close or not. Good luck.
2007 VN900 Classic LT (Dragon Theme)
Cobra- Pipes, FI2000, Passenger Floor boards, Engine guard and luggage rack.
Memphis Shade with 9" windshield.
Chrome covers for neck, radiator, Rear brake Master Cylinder, and regulator.
RC Components Nitro Chrome wheels w/ Night Dragon Tires.
Çobra Power Flo breather