Drive train enlightenment
I recently bought a 2012 & noticed it has a pull to the left @ speed, when releasing the grips on a flat road. I tried adjusting the rear axle to compensate but it still wants to go left. Also noticed @ speed in a hard, very rough (bumpy) corner, it feels like a split second twist in the drive train where the wheels aren't in alignment. I'm not sure if the axle compensation caused this.
Maybe I should keep the axle straight in the swing arm??? The pull to the left doesn't seem to effect the ride but may prematurely wear tires???
There isn't any signs of any past accidents, the front tubes appear straight, haven't had them out yet but they slide uniformly & smoothly through the trees.
I was thinking there might be a way to align the drive train but it appears the swing arm/engine pivot point is non-negotiable.
Any suggestions or education would be appreciated!