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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-23-2013, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
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Just finished spline lube

Well I just finished lubing the splines, got her all back together. And then noticed a 1" X 3" spacer on the floor. I guess it goes inside the ring gear on the final drive......Now I have to do it all over again,
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And just think, you will really know how to take it apart and put it back together! It's like extra practice to get to know your bike even better.

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it's all part of the learning curve bro!!

hey...at least you realized it before hitting the road....like others have

finish it up and enjoy the rewards
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You would have felt a really bad grinding noise if that was left out. Be glad you found it before you damaged something.

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The second time took only 30 minutes...I did not need to do a lot of things previously. I only removed the right lower shock mount, centerstand, with ratchet straps to compress shocks and removed axle with wrench not socket. I think I could do a complete lube in a hour now. Yup live and learn
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