How do you setup your track tension on the bogie wheel sleds?
There's a post I found on one other site indicating:
"Make sure you tighten the track the same amount on each side to avoid it being uneven in the tunnel, which leads to track failure and fringing. When adjusting the track, NEVER over tighten the track, make sure that when the machine is raised in the air that the track sags up to an inch and a quarter from the middle bogie wheel. Run the sled lightly while it is raised up, just slowly enough to let the clutch engage and make the track turn. Watch for spots of rubbing or friction and make your adjustments, then check again. Once you have the bugs worked out, go through and make sure all your bolts are tightened well and then you're ready to go!"
Looks to be a good procedure and I'm looking for additional feedback on the track sag from your experience.
1969 Mark III 400 with Sachs 368/370 single and electric start.
1971 Mark III 400 with Hirth 399cc twin and electric start.
1971 Stinger II 400 with CCW 400cc twin and electric start.