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Belt is running half off rear sprocket

Hi forum! I'm very new to motorcycles and would really appreciate the advice!! My drive belt is half off my rear sprocket, is this normal and does does anyone know how I can fix it myself? Thank you
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It appears you have an issue with alignment. Has anyone messed with rear tire? Have you check belt adjustment?
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Mine did the same thing. I could not find a way to adjust it so I took it to the dealer. They fixed it under warranty. It has not moved since they "adjusted" it.
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Mine always had a small gap on the pulley. 9100 Miles has never come off.

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Thank you everyone I'm just going to take her back to the dealership and hope they fix it.
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Mine looks similar but when I feel the inside border, there is no part of the belt that is sticking out of that side. This is the way the bike came from the dealership 3 months ago when it was brand new.
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Mine's crowding the outside. My dealer said there nothing they could do about it.

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As long as they wrote a Repair Order you're Covered if it slips off. Save your copy.

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