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Adjusted the slack out of my 2010 Kingpin for the first time and re-aligned the belt by the book but can't seem to get the belt to track properly on the rear sprocket. I've tried and re-tried the alignment and even tried some tips from other posts for the life of me I can't get it to track to the inside of the pulley going forward. Off the ground it come in great but after a few miles on the road it moves from inside to the outside of the pulley. The bike rides fine and have no noticeable belt noise.
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Yep. You want the belt to track very lightly to the outside not the inside. If it isn't too tight or too loose; you're golden the way it is.

When you spin the wheel, with the back wheel off the ground, backwards; it should slowly walk toward the inside.
 

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great thanks, I'll check it again, always thought it was suppose to track to the inside or center going forward
 
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