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Old 11-08-2007, 08:12 AM   #21
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Cajunsoulja,

I'm also right around the corner. I have the necessary tools to remove the front sprocket (using a cheater bar and putting a tire iron or 2x4 through the rear wheel across the swingarm) and rear wheel to replace the rear sprocket. One thing I don't have is a master link tool, but if you have a way to transport the bike we could do all the work and all you'd have to pay a shop for is the chain install (which is about 20-30 bucks). Let me know....
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While ur in there, think about pulling the swing arm and lubing chasis bearings. They are usually on about the same maintenance interval.
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Old 11-08-2007, 11:24 AM   #23
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Old 11-08-2007, 11:26 AM   #24
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I just use a dremel tool with a cutoff wheel. If you need some help holler, I am right around the corner....

I used my air impact to remove the front sprocket. I have a chain rivet tool, but the bolt is broke. I am thinking I need to come up with something using my air chisel.. I will play with that tomorrow and see what I can come up with.
Hey Tex,
I appreciate the help, I may take you up on that. I'll pm you to get your contact info...the chain and sprockets should be here by Friday so I'm hoping to instal either Friday night or Sat, haven't rode in a week and it's getting to me.
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Old 11-08-2007, 11:26 AM   #25
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Won't even dignify this bs with a response...
hey dumbass, that is a response. you're lucky you got any kinda help at all with your attitude.
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Old 11-08-2007, 11:29 AM   #26
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I'm also right around the corner. I have the necessary tools to remove the front sprocket (using a cheater bar and putting a tire iron or 2x4 through the rear wheel across the swingarm) and rear wheel to replace the rear sprocket. One thing I don't have is a master link tool, but if you have a way to transport the bike we could do all the work and all you'd have to pay a shop for is the chain install (which is about 20-30 bucks). Let me know....
Thanks Dbuck, dependent on how it goes with Tex and what his schedule may look like for the weekend, I may need you as a second option. Thanks for the offer...

...and thanks everyone else for the "constructive" and positive input

...all that other mess is a waste of time
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hey dumbass, that is a response. you're lucky you got any kinda help at all with your attitude.
Aight bud, you sure are bold on this interweb...

...I would continue on with you but it's pointless and I gain nothing from it. I'm out at Starbuck's just about every night except for Mondays when the bike is fully fuinctional. You should come out and we can discuss my "dumbassed" nature... Otherwise, SHUT THE UP

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Old 11-08-2007, 11:35 AM   #28
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Aight bud, you sure are bold on this interweb...

...I would continue on with you but it's pointless and I gain nothing from it. I'm out at Starbuck's just about every night except for Mondays when the bike is fully fuinctional. You should come out and we can discuss my "dumbassed" nature... Otherwise, SHUT THE UP

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lmao.... and i'm the bold one eh? have fun sipping your mochachino's buddy.
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lmao.... and i'm the bold one eh? have fun sipping your mochachino's buddy.
Admittedly, yeah, I'm pretty bold, but I'll say the exact same things to your face that I would say on here...TRUST

...as far as the "mochachino's" are concerned, it's only a rendezvous point...I don't actually drink the coffee...I hate coffee

be easy man, the thread has gone to shyt so it can be locked now...

Thanks again everyone for your input
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Aight bud, you sure are bold on this interweb...

...I would continue on with you but it's pointless and I gain nothing from it. I'm out at Starbuck's just about every night except for Mondays when the bike is fully fuinctional. You should come out and we can discuss my "dumbassed" nature... Otherwise, SHUT THE UP

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this write up should be very similar to the 02R1

http://www.r6messagenet.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28647" rel="nofollow" target="_blank
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this write up should be very similar to the 02R1

http://www.r6messagenet.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28647" target="_blank
Preciate it Mike...
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dremel to remove master link. a big c-clamp(Home Depot) to install new one. I've done it before.
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Well I think my tool is still usable to smash the rivets, and if not I have a way to run it by the nearest shop to get it smashed.
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Wow, you expect a full answer in 20 minutes? You couldn't even do a search or you would have discovered the full write up I did, so I guess if you're too busy to hit the search button I'm too busy to give you the link.

Tough luck, huh?
it was a simple question I mean really.
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Well I think my tool is still usable to smash the rivets, and if not I have a way to run it by the nearest shop to get it smashed.

your more of a man than I if you use your tool to smash rivets
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