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post #91 of 101 (permalink) Old 05-23-2012, 08:41 AM
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since you're so new i'd have given it to honda if you ask me! sometimes in life you can save money, but personally i don't risk my life to do it...

check your chain is straight;

Spin the wheel and make sure that the sprocket rides centered in the chain. That's the end goal.

And tires do not have an oily coating on them.

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Spin the wheel and make sure that the sprocket rides centered in the chain. That's the end goal.

And tires do not have an oily coating on them.
Alright will check the sprocket.And I figured they didn't,I personally think I'm just new to the bike and tires and I need to get used to 'em.

Plus,I wanted to learn how to do all maintenance myself,it's fun and I'll know what all happens with my bike so I have no one to blame.
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just changed my rear tire on my 05 600rr streetfighter.... The freakin spacer on the sprocket fell out when puting it back together and caused the sprocket to grind on the swing arm when I tested it ...but i fixed it NP thanks to this form...thanks 600rr.net
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great write up!
so those little ba$tards are called inner wheel collars! aka pain in the a$$ if you have to put them back in!!!

Nice write up and good pics!

But I know of a solution for those darn Collars



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Nice write up and good pics!

But I know of a solution for those darn Collars

Boom! Sent PM for a set, hope you still have some...

Here is the thread in case anyone missed it while browsing...
Captive Rear Wheel Spacers - PRE-SALE!!!

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Nice write up and good pics!

But I know of a solution for those darn Collars
Yep, he's right! Damn near as handy as a pocket on a shirt........those captive spacers!

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This was of great help. Changed the tires out to Pilot Roads 2. Thanks!
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f**kin eh!!!!

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super useful, thanks for helping this first timer out.
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I just want to make sure I've got it right.



So, after the tire is off, you just lay it with your brake rotor against the concrete?
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