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Chain Adjustment tool for Single Sided Swingarms - March 15, 2007, 01:18 PM

Does anyone have one that I can borrow for a few days? I can meet up with you in the Reston area, and bring it back to you.

I need to adjust the chain on my 916 and i dont have the proper tool.
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anyone?
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March 16, 2007, 05:28 PM

I have one for my SSS, but I imagine it's quite different than the one for your bike. If you find that it's the same, feel free to swing by and grab it.
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March 16, 2007, 05:50 PM

you mean the wrench for the eccentric?
I have one...


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you mean the wrench for the eccentric?
I have one...
yes thats it.

i'll PM you later on.
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did this work out for you? if not, I got one too.
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worked out well, wrench is back in my grubby little hands


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April 3, 2007, 11:04 PM

worked great...thanks for the help!

more positive rep points for you!

PS....i like that little turn as you get onto your street, i felt almost compelled to take it just above speed limit
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yes, the left onto minstrell with the quick right on the street is fun...unless its ass cold and I just left my house 1/4 mile ago on cold tires...then its "interesting"


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