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Old 07-30-2014, 01:03 PM   #41
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:17 PM   #42
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Item 11 seems to be missing...
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#2 SPACER 64731-35F00
#3 BEARING 09262-28043
#4-1 DISC 2000-01 69211-33E00
#4-2 DISC 2002-03 69211-33E10
#5-1 BOLT 2000 09106-08125
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#6 BRACKET 69721-35F00
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#13 RETAINER 64733-35F00
#14 BEARING 09262-32007
#15 SEAL 09285-39001
#16 ABSORBER 64651-35F00
#17-1 SPROCKET 2000-01 64511-35F00
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:18 PM   #43
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:27 PM   #44
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They took off my rear sprocket to show me the wear on it right now, could that be how the bolts got loose? I've been riding the bike for the past 7 months and these nuts have never came loose before
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:33 PM   #45
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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.

Also I don't think that exactly is happening, the nut loosened and that allowed the bolt to move out far enough to scrape against the swingarm (when I backed the bike out for example it was consistent rubbing with only that bolt whenever it came around, I have since like I said gotten them tightened and haven't had any problems yet I'm going to go check and see if I see the spacers on the bolts but do not believe I saw them when the bolt was loose and I was tightening em with pliers
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Also I don't think that exactly is happening, the nut loosened and that allowed the bolt to move out far enough to scrape against the swingarm (when I backed the bike out for example it was consistent rubbing with only that bolt whenever it came around, I have since like I said gotten them tightened and haven't had any problems yet I'm going to go check and see if I see the spacers on the bolts but do not believe I saw them when the bolt was loose and I was tightening em with pliers
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That was cuz I had nothing else and jus happened to have them under seat and was the only thing I could tighten them with at the time, that's not how I'm riding now, I went to Firestone and they tightened them for me
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:54 PM   #48
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That was cuz I had nothing else and jus happened to have them under seat and was the only thing I could tighten them with at the time, that's not how I'm riding now, I went to Firestone and they tightened them for me
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They could have just walked the cush drive over to show you without unbolting anything since they had the wheel off. Those studs are in the cush drive and should not have backed out. Especially not enough to hit the swingarm. A guess anything is possible at this point...

I replaced my sprockets all the time and never had a single stud come out of the cush drive. I have sheared all of them though from too much powwa. lol. Those things require a torque wrench to properly replace the sprockets safely.

I would recommend replacing the cush drive, sprockets and chain at this point.
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Yes. They surely brought the whole cush drive to show you the sprocket
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I can't believe the level of retardedness in this thread. All spacers are there and in tact. If they took the sprocket off the carrier (they are stupid for doing this) that would explain how the NUT came loose. Seeing as how the sprocket carrier has STUDS they obviously didn't back out. So pretty easy to figure out. Nut came loose and rubbed the swingarm. That's it end of discussion. Take back to the shop
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They could have just walked the cush drive over to show you without unbolting anything since they had the wheel off. Those studs are in the cush drive and should not have backed out. Especially not enough to hit the swingarm. A guess anything is possible at this point...

I replaced my sprockets all the time and never had a single stud come out of the cush drive. I have sheared all of them though from too much powwa. lol. Those things require a torque wrench to properly replace the sprockets safely.

I would recommend replacing the cush drive, sprockets and chain at this point.
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I can't believe the level of retardedness in this thread. All spacers are there and in tact. If they took the sprocket off the carrier (they are stupid for doing this) that would explain how the NUT came loose. Seeing as how the sprocket carrier has STUDS they obviously didn't back out. So pretty easy to figure out. Nut came loose and rubbed the swingarm. That's it end of discussion. Take back to the shop
I can't see a spacer in the pictures provided.

I can see that the studs (not the nuts) have indications that they hit the swingarm. So one of either happened, they backed out or the spacer is missing between the cush and the swingarm.

They can back out. I have seen it and experienced it first hand. With Both the race bike and street bike. Guess that is what happens when you ride the out of it. I can also give you a few names of people and the pictures of cush drive issues on GSXRs. When they fail, you may not be so lucky.

As for mine breaking, they broke under a load and were torque'd properly. Laugh all you want.
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I can't see a spacer in the pictures provided.

I can see that the studs (not the nuts) have indications that they hit the swingarm. So one of either happened, they backed out or the spacer is missing between the cush and the swingarm.

They can back out. I have seen it and experienced it first hand. With Both the race bike and street bike. Guess that is what happens when you ride the out of it. I can also give you a few names of people and the pictures of cush drive issues on GSXRs. When they fail, you may not be so lucky.

As for mine breaking, they broke under a load and were torque'd properly. Laugh all you want.
lol that's cuz it's covered in nastiness from not cleaning.
But yea id be willing to bet the studs didn't come out. We just can't see the nut that hit the swingarm lol
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lets squash the spacer issue off the top:

OP are all your spacers intact specifically the #11 from the microfiche that one of our users here so graciously posted?

OP: Can you use the diagram to check and see if the spacers are still there?

Since the bike has been returned if the shop in fact did botch the spacers theres no telling if they replaced them, found the one they dropped on the floor after he left and replaced it when he returned, or bought new and replaced but either way at this point (since its already been taken back) the spacer issue is kinda moot.
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