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Aka_Gilo
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« Reply #6400 on: June 03, 2019, 10:50:09 pm »

Chain and sprockets - never had any issues with DID, Afam, or Renthal. Not a particularly difficult job if you have a chain tool.  I don’t but a mate does so usually ask him to give me a hand.
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« Reply #6401 on: June 03, 2019, 11:40:53 pm »

Robbie as G said, an easy enough job if you've got the chain tool or two ball peen hammers.

I bought a new chainset for my duke before we went to the Picos, I couldn't get the engine sprocket off, it was stuck solidly.

I tried a small two lever puller with a ton of torque on it but the sprocket wouldn't budge.

Hope yours comes off easily. 
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« Reply #6402 on: June 04, 2019, 06:35:32 am »


Easy job..... normally..... i dont have the chain tool either so i remove the old and fit the new sprox & chain (with a split link) ..... then take it to my local bike shop and get them to fit the rivit link..... only charges a fiver ...JD.


Oh..... with a monster motor like that..... dont scrimp on the chain...... get the ultra / heavy duty jobbie. I made that mistake once with me Tuono.... bought the DID recommended one and not the ultra HD one (which my local bike shop advised)...... would have been better off fitting a laggy band. Got a refund on it and bought an AFAM ultra HD one...... excellent quality.
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« Reply #6403 on: June 04, 2019, 08:45:37 pm »

thanks for your coments i have fitted a few c and sprockets over the years but i seem to remember aldo having problems ?
thats why i asked so sounds straight forward enough,cheers guys
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« Reply #6404 on: June 06, 2019, 08:56:14 pm »

New rear tyre fitted after the Scotland Fest - it was proper well worn  happy119

New Dunny Sportsmart 2 max - managed to put 30 miles on to srub it in a bit before a run out to Wales on Saturday - doing the same route as we all did earlier in the year
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« Reply #6405 on: June 06, 2019, 08:58:17 pm »

Just had annual service £113.00 not bad. Getting the ECU flashed next week npt expecting to get away so lightly.
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« Reply #6406 on: June 06, 2019, 09:10:36 pm »

I have a reasonable chain tool. Was only about £20?
Great for fastening up DID links, they're fairly soft (and hollow) so pretty easy.
Tsubaki though, use solid link pins, and they're as hard as fuck.
Used to use Ali's method of a couple of hammers on them, until I found some aircraft rivet snaps on fleabay that fit into a cheapo £15 air chisel. Heavy hammer to the rear of the link, air chisel snap to the front, pull tigger for two seconds, done.  big grin1
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« Reply #6407 on: June 08, 2019, 04:36:06 pm »

Today I blanked out the hole between the headlight so that I can't see the wiring loom.
Refitted the chain guard and shark fin that fell off last time out  laugh14
Cleaned the flies off.
Set the suspension sag (it was way too soft)
Took the rear wheel out to clean the area I can't get to.

BTW that rear wheel is a pain in the ass to refit  wtf1
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« Reply #6408 on: June 10, 2019, 10:48:16 pm »

Washed the GT earlier (it’s pissed down since I picked it up  angry19 angry19 ) then started the engine while I chammyed it dry. Bent down by the exhaust and got proper battered in the face by the big V twin power pulses.  Bloody lovely!  love8
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« Reply #6409 on: June 12, 2019, 09:56:26 pm »

Loaded her up wi 3 weeks worth o T shirts n skiddies plus one set hair straighteners, ready for the off in the morning tae Portsmouth ferry, Portugal bound.  exc1 happy57
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