OH the time I have spent on primary chain tensioners!!
Mine was the original T160 one fitted from new. It had been left too slack and taken off the top slipper rubber.
It wasn't a good solution new as the first part needed grinding thinner to fit which spoilt the bond.
I made 3 replacements in nylon each an improvement.
Then in the Yowl Scott mag were drawings for a very well done one with spring loaded tensioner new slipper pad all standard Royal Enfield parts.
Mine is a easier copy of it and appears to work well. I still like the nylon blades but am sticking with it this season.
Send me a contact email if you do not have membership of Scott club.
Mine is now oily after kicking around the bench as I made it.
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