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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-26-2009, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Watch me maintain my vn750 LIVE!

LIVE NOW!(NO) - I will change to YES everytime I go live.

Hey guys, I will be broadcasting motorcycle maintenance and other stuff live over the internet every so often.

It will be an interactive channel that you can watch and chat with me and I will also be able to speak aloud to you guys with a mic.

Anyways I am in no way a pro wrencher and this will be my first time doing some of this stuff - so the more people that watch and can help me along the process the better.

Also this will all be recorded for future use for anyone needing it.

Here is where you can watch
Here http://www.justin.tv/vn750

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Completed 8/27 (5-8pm) - Pull Rear Wheel - Clean up splines - Pull Front Wheel
Completed 8/28 (8pm) - Lube the Splines - Check Final Drive Gear Oil and Final Drive Seal - Hopefully put all back together with new tires.
Time and Date subject to change

So come watch it will be fun!
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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-26-2009, 08:54 PM
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Great Idea ill watch
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He's only in Springfield. You could grab your own hot chick and run down there and we could have the hot chick handing him the tools and you can heckle him from the "studio audience". Or you can play the part of Al on tool time...
Either way, I'll be checking it out tonight! Cool stuff...

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HeeHee...this was a great idea! Very cool..
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If you missed the first episode - you can watch it here:
http://www.justin.tv/vn750/archive Just hit watch last broadcast button - you can fforward and rewind too.

Thanks to all that showed up tonight to either watch or assist. We had up to 12 people there tonight. Sorry for being such a newb - but the longer I stick around here the less newb I become ha.

Well I accomplished removing the front and rear wheel and checked and lubed the splines. Good learning experience for sure as it was my first time doing any of it. Next time will be much easier phew.

Tune in tomorrow to put it all back together with new oversized tires.

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Sorry I missed being there. Forgot all about my Girlfriends Daughter in-laws B~Day tonight.

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I still don't understand what could be different between these bikes that would cause a few not to be able to drop the rear wheel low enough to remove the axle from under the muffler. I've only heard one other member here have that same problem, and a ton of us have done the spline lube. You might know it would happen on a live broadcast! Glad you got her lubed though. It just shows that no matter how well you plan, something can always go crazy.

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