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Old 06-24-2009, 09:17 PM   #1
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i had to post a pic of my rear sprocket

mmmmm broken teeth
and yes, its very dirty.
i had to post a pic of my rear sprocket

here's the new sprocket.
i had to post a pic of my rear sprocket
supersprox 47 tooth. plus 2 for fun
long chain goes to get fixed tomorrow its been a long day

and here's my bike, looking all 'being worked on' and stuff
i had to post a pic of my rear sprocket

anyways, later. i need to get back to life
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Old 06-24-2009, 09:42 PM   #2
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i had to post a pic of my rear sprocket

i dont think that chain is gonna stay in place buddy.
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Who did the work on your bike?
yo soy

this is at my parent's house. my dad has a lot of good tools for usage. unfortunately he doesnt have a chain cutter. the shop of choice for parts is, as always, Motorcycles Unlimited. and the savings are as always, muy bueno. Patrick is going to shorten my chain tomorrow because he is an awesome guy and my favorite thing about it all is that he checks pm's after work thanks Patrick!
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patrick is definitely stand up. always takes the time to answer pm's when you have a question.
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oh, and might i add, that a 2nd person to do the work with is very beneficial. i mean everyone knows this, i just get hardheaded and like to do like this on my own. that front sprocket sure is a to take off when you have already removed the chain :P
and my rear axle just did not want to go back in. it's in place now, but i dont want to do that again.

my brake pads went in wonderfully. im really exited about getting to ride
i have been babying the bike for the past couple of months because my front pads were almost completely gone and my sprocket was loosing teeth like an east county meth
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Old 06-24-2009, 10:45 PM   #7
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patrick is definitely stand up. always takes the time to answer pm's when you have a question.
yeah, and his team is great, too.
i had a question and nobody with motorcycle brains around, so i called Motorcycles Unlimited at like 6:20 out of pure desperation. i got someone and they helped me out with the removal of my front sprocket even though the shop was closed. good people


and in other news, im ready for winter again. f*ck 104*
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yeah, and his team is great, too.
i had a question and nobody with motorcycle brains around, so i called Motorcycles Unlimited at like 6:20 out of pure desperation. i got someone and they helped me out with the removal of my front sprocket even though the shop was closed. good people


and in other news, im ready for winter again. f*ck 104*
my 's been parked for four weeks now.
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whats up with your ?

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whats up with your ?
its too hot and im too lazy. my commute is eight miles with a red light every 50 yards, i kid you not. i would ride at night but i have family stuff going on lately.
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I'm really exited too!
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bah on you!
i scraped my boot a couple of months ago on my way to work. that was my 1st time. that evening i got water in my engine from the rain. so my bike ran like until i could fix it. when i did i had another problem that needed attention. brakes, sprocket, and chain. i have been all exited to do something with my bike, but just havent been able to. and since 'riding season' has been back, i havent been able to enjoy sweating my off instead of freezing my off.
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its too hot and im too lazy. my commute is eight miles with a red light every 50 yards, i kid you not. i would ride at night but i have family stuff going on lately.
i can totally understand that. almost all of my riding is too and from work. night rides dont happen because of family stuff. my commute really sucks though. through a busy construction zone and i seem to have 1 close call with a careless cager per day.
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awesome. i got the job done yesterday and it is so smoothe of a ride now. i figured my harsh ride was mostly because of the drivetrain but i didnt think it would be this significant of a change for some reason. i mean, i know everything that turned the wheel from the front sprocket back was trash, but still, lol

the bike is great now and i am in love with my sv... again!

the brakes are also really firm and nice now i can stop and go! woo!

thanks Motorcycles Unlimited!
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