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Old 07-29-2014, 04:16 PM   #21
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I don't understand the blaming of riders and protection of shops. Shouldn't be touched doesn't mean it wasn't touched. Plus we don't even know what was loose.
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Old 07-29-2014, 04:37 PM   #22
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I don't understand the blaming of riders and protection of shops. Shouldn't be touched doesn't mean it wasn't touched. Plus we don't even know what was loose.
WE might know enough about bikes to conclude that no nut or bolt loosened to change a tire should rub the inside of the swing arm as it rotates.

Im not protecting any shops
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Old 07-29-2014, 07:24 PM   #23
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I don't understand the blaming of riders and protection of shops. Shouldn't be touched doesn't mean it wasn't touched. Plus we don't even know what was loose.
But if everyone had all the facts, then no one could jump to accusations and conclusions

Eitherway, kudos to the OP for not coming in blasting and instead asking for input first
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:15 PM   #24
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Sorry I've been at work, It was one of these bolts I haven't messed with anything back there but I should have double checked it anyway

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Can't get a good picture of damage but you can kind of see it in this one
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:35 PM   #25
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Ya I had it at work today lol she needs a good wash haha
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Old 07-29-2014, 11:11 PM   #27
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Old 07-30-2014, 05:49 AM   #28
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The nut isn't loose, the whole wheel or sprocket carrier is moved over

they forget a spacer or reverse the wheel spacers? In the pic it actually looks like the wheel spacer is installed on the outside of swing arm under the adjuster block.
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Old 07-30-2014, 06:13 AM   #29
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The nut isn't loose, the whole wheel or sprocket carrier is moved over

they forget a spacer or reverse the wheel spacers? In the pic it actually looks like the wheel spacer is installed on the outside of swing arm under the adjuster block.
Look again, then magnify-not so.
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Old 07-30-2014, 07:15 AM   #30
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The nut isn't loose, the whole wheel or sprocket carrier is moved over

they forget a spacer or reverse the wheel spacers? In the pic it actually looks like the wheel spacer is installed on the outside of swing arm under the adjuster block.
but if that was he case, wouldnt it have contacted the swingarm just rolling it around getting it off the stand etc etc..(its a deep groove, it happened little by little as it unscrewed itself and riding). I would have to say the sprocket nut was probably loose and backed off, he did say he had to tighten it.
He needs to maintain his ride and know what does what and such. He has learned something already I am sure.
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Looks like the wheel spacer is missing....
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Something is off for sure. It does appear after seeing pics that the install may have been done improperly
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:21 AM   #33
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WE might know enough about bikes to conclude that no nut or bolt loosened to change a tire should rub the inside of the swing arm as it rotates.

Im not protecting any shops
So much for that theory.

Good thing the guy showed a pictures, or forbid we'd think he killed 2 cats, a puppy, some sort of horse, as well as a walrus.

OP : Glad you figured it out. Clean the bike, and enjoy a nice ride.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:22 AM   #34
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Based on written description alone, he killed T. rex
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Ok first off the spacer is clearly there. Sprocket nuts do not need to be loosened to take of the wheel. So either A your nut just came loose and the loose nubbed the swingarm (not the stud) or B (and this is possible but the bearings in the carrier would be ) is if whoever installed the wheel did not insert the spacer that goes between the inside of the sprocket carrier and the wheel.
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Old 07-30-2014, 10:25 AM   #36
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Item 11 seems to be missing...
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#2 SPACER 64731-35F00
#3 BEARING 09262-28043
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#4-2 DISC 2002-03 69211-33E10
#5-1 BOLT 2000 09106-08125
#5-2 BOLT 2001-03 09106-08148
#6 BRACKET 69721-35F00
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ok skimmed when i read first time.....
didnt see that you had tightened nut back up just visually saw it didnt look loose
nobody doing a tire would touch that...
sprocket nuts dont just back off so talk to whomever installed your sprocket
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What has happened is that the spacer is missing. It has caused the swingarm to bow in and make contact with the sprocket bolts as clearly shown in the pictures. That in turn could have caused the sprocket bolts to loosen. I sheared my studs on that back in the day while riding it and it wasn't pretty. The wheel is moving side to side and the only thing keeping it off that swingarm is that disk rotor trapped in the caliper on the other side. When he's starts to ride it and the swingarm flexes and moves, the studs hit it.

Please don't ride the bike until you get it fixed. I would make the company replace my swingarm, cush drive and missing spacer. Maybe even the rotor if it is warped. This is a significant life threatening mistake.
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sprocket nuts dont just back off so talk to whomever installed your sprocket

I wouldn't imagine the OEM lock nuts would back out either. If you ever buy aftermarket nuts, they can and WILL back out. You have to put loctite on them otherwise they will come loose even if torqued properly...I learned that the hard way
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Mistakes happen. Luckily this one did not cause an accident. Give the shop the opportunity to make it right. If the service manager isn't willing to work with you, speak with the General Manager.
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