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Old 12-01-2010, 06:45 PM   #1
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i recently noticed a vibration from my throddle tube or in that area any ideas before i tear it part. i work on cars and i can do most things on my own but i dont like tearing my bike apart without some knowledge of what i am doing, is there any, tips someone might offer when i do this
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Old 12-01-2010, 09:07 PM   #2
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ill tell you a few obvious things:
1. if you dont feel 100% confident doing work on your bike, i wouldnt suggest trying.
2. if you do feel confident, just dont know what to do exactly; buy an owners manual.
3. if you get lost, DO NOT hesitate to ask for help. (just make sure you ask a very clear/specific question.)
4. if you completely screw up, take it to someone knowledgeable like patrick. (Motorcycles Unlimited)
I will not allow myself the weakness to lay aside responsibility of my actions to a higher power and write that weakness off as destiny. Vigilance, intelligence and discipline keep us alive out there.
Rest In Peace Chris Owens aka faster321, you will be missed...
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Old 12-01-2010, 11:26 PM   #3
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lol, number 4 is me like half a dozen times.

the vibes are just in the throttle side?
start by buying some new grips. its a cheap way to possibly fix your problem. maybe your throttle grip is a little worn out?
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