I go by the tracking of the belt itself. If it is centered in the pulley, I feel I am OK. Both alignment marks on the left and right side should be close to the same setting but hard to eye for final tweeking of a turn or two of the adjustment nut(s). I put mine up on a wood block to get the rear tire up off the ground. I do the adjustment, then run the bike in 1st gear to watch how the belt tracks. may take several trys but I feel good when it tracks in the center. I usually have to do the adjustment anytime the tire is changed. They always come back tracking to the left most of the time. A left turn on the right adjuster nut will cause the belt to move right. Once you are close, a very small rotation of the nuts are required for belt movement. Besure your belt tension is correct.
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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