Note: Unless you intentionally want your stoker's pedals to be leading yours, you might want to loosen the eccentric and reposition your timing chain so that the pedal ranks are parallel with each other. As it is right now, your stoker's pedals are "leading" yours by about four links. Some stokers prefer to have a lot of pedal feedback and resistance, which is what they'll experience if their pedals are leading... and, conversely, the captain will enjoy a slighly easier time pushing the cranks around when the stoker is leading. You might also want to make sure the timing chain has about 1/2" of slack when sitting at rest. Right now, at least in the photos, it looks like it could be pretty tight on both the top and bottom run.
Last edited by TandemGeek; 10-04-06 at 11:31 AM.