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I did the new chain and used pads thing once.

Unless the back side of the pad is completely smooth, the bolts will never stay tight.

 Any pads that had been grooved out need to be smoothed  with the grinder.

 Much better to go with all new components, unless time is not a consideration.

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Did this a lot, no power tools, fairly sure I have one arm longer then the other, also fairly sure it's why I have rotator cuff problems, that snap/pop they make a couple times before they let go......I need some Aleve now.  

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On 2/11/2021 at 8:11 AM, pede said:

Did this a lot, no power tools, fairly sure I have one arm longer then the other, also fairly sure it's why I have rotator cuff problems, that snap/pop they make a couple times before they let go......I need some Aleve now.  

Yep, I feel your pain. 

Been wrenching over 40 years. Rotator cuff surgery , carpal tunnel surgery in both hands, several times ,and still going. ?

 

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