Just picked up an almost new cs3000 for $20. It has an intenz bar that is completely shot. I have a new intenze bar for but can't seem to find anything on how to properly adjust it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Yeah, we first crossed swords on the Garden Web, I would love to have access to those online battles. It was all good fun, and those Oregon guys are great people.
Just like that silly derailleur on 'modern' bicycles 115 years ago! Any serious cyclist would simply stop, loosen the nuts with a scrench-type tool, and slide the rear wheel forward or back in the dropouts to adjust chain tension. Or 'flip' the wheel to the sprocket on the other side ('flip/flop wheel') for speed versus torque.Wait till the "Automatic Chainsaw Tensioning Device" hits the market. It's gonna make Intenz bars so 90's. Just leave that scrench behind boys