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Too late..I’ve already hired a rubber raft with tie downs for the Sport.
I just wanted to comment on such a wonderful looking shop you have Dave
A couple of things.Support the weight of the bike on something other than the centrestand. The removal of the required bolts will allow the bike to settle hazardously under it’s own weight. A chain block from above is ideal.There is not a positive mechanism to reliably prevent the right side swingarm pivot pin seal to become dislodged during reassembly. I made a spacer to go between the seal and the housing face, with a modicum of clearance..(about 10 thou’).When I first disassembled mine at 90,000 k, after witnessing the dry rollers falling out on the floor and the rusted cage collapsing in pieces, I had the pleasure of seeing the crunched seal laying in the bottom of the housing that had NEVER been in place...!Don’t omit to grease the drive shaft splines before assembly.Oh and..Whip the CARC off and check the security of the pinion retaining nut...Proofread. Grammar.
I need the updates too. "Just funnin' with you." no need to tell me. I know it's incorrect.
Honestly, there is no excuse for bone dry bearings on a brand new bike.
I wasn't worried about my Norge one dammed minute until I found this thread. Now I'm terrified. Thanks Dave
Luigi has been stingy with grease for quite some time now!
The question is, why? If it's the cost and labor of greasing the bearings then charge another $20 or $50 bucks for the bike. Can you imagine buying ANY new car, major brand motorcycle or even a lawn mower and having to do such maintenance?
Your bikes are all so clean, no dirt, grease, etc. Does anyone actually ride any of them?
Dave, What is the Harley with the blue tank next to the BMW?
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