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Discussion in 'General' started by Michael rogers, Oct 5, 2017.

  1. Michael rogers

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    Yup , mot happy ! I had,a guy do work on this bike about a year ago on the clutch. Are those bolts suppose to have Loctite on them.

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    I was actually only missing one but the other three was so loose when I pulled it out it just fell right out

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    red loctite absolutely, it's a critical component that you never see.....20 ft/lbs

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    If your hub and bearing are good I might be able to save you some coin on replacing it, I have a back plate PM me if your interested.
     
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    Thank you

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    Thank you ill let you know

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    Well, we know he doesn't believe in loctite... I wonder if he owns a torque wrench. Strip it... rebuild it.
     
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    Holy fuk'n shit! Hope you threads aren't screwed up! :oldwtf: Glad you figured it out though. :old2:
     
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    Paul, I love that hardcopy manual... where can I get one???
     
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    Threads seem ok

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    Beat up a bit might be worth getting bwg56 used one why take the risk of doing the job more than once
     
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    The threads are part of the Outer Hub with basket, he only needs the bearing carrier and not the whole Carrier Assembly unless the Flanged hub and bearing are bad.
     
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    Everything else seemed good .i hopefully only have to replace that one thing

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    Not sure if this sounds crazy but i need one clutch plate .When my clutch came apart one clutch plate now looks like a saw blade

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