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Well I removed My rear wheel to get new rubber, glad to see the drive shaft splines were well greased, no sign of rust :smiley_th . Will pick up a new o-ring and some molly lube when replacing Tuesday. Should be good to go for the next year, now all I need is the weather to change. Hope to see you on the road
 

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Ccspinner said:
Well I removed My rear wheel to get new rubber, glad to see the drive shaft splines were well greased, no sign of rust :smiley_th . Will pick up a new o-ring and some molly lube when replacing Tuesday. Should be good to go for the next year, now all I need is the weather to change. Hope to see you on the road
Glad to hear it...
Don't forget to pull the shaft out slightly and dab some moly on the front splines & U-joint before you button things up.
 

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Did that to, was easy
 
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