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post #1 of 14 Old 01-18-2014, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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Damnit!

I was getting off the freway when suddenly,
a wild loose bolt attcks.


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post #2 of 14 Old 01-19-2014, 03:28 AM
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Yep. Go ahead and locktite that back together. While you're at it, do your bar ends also.

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That sucks ..... but it is a comon failure.

- figure out what parts you lost. Seals/washer/bolt.

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- double check the threads on the rear set.

- Loctite the threads and grease the bolt on reinstall.

- May as well remove and locktite the threads on the forward shift linkage bellcrank as well while you are in that area. It also can back out and leave you hanaging.

- Make sure the bellcranks are parallel between the two ends of the linkage, having them parallel will make the linkage operate smoother. Adjust using the interconnect rod if need be.

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Damnit is right. That's one of the first mods to my bike after reading the 919 Helpful Topics thread. Hope you get her back together quick.

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post #5 of 14 Old 01-19-2014, 07:55 AM Thread Starter
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That sucks ..... but it is a comon failure.

- Make sure the bellcranks are parallel between the two ends of the linkage, having them parallel will make the linkage operate smoother. Adjust using the interconnect rod if need be.
That's useful stuff right there. I didn't check for that.
You know, it had started to back out about a month ago and I used a decent ammount of blue loc tite.. but then again she is a bit vibey.

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Can you loctite and grease? I thought it was one or the other?

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Can you loctite and grease? I thought it was one or the other?
locktite the threads, and grease the collar that the shift lever pivots on.

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Mine hasn't worked loose yet, wonder if I should be proactive and take it apart and locktite it or leave it be, hmmmm


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Mine hasn't worked loose yet, wonder if I should be proactive and take it apart and locktite it or leave it be, hmmmm
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+1! It's a known issue...

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Parts wont be in till next week! So I improvised, got a couple washers and a nylon spacer that should hold for now. Feels somewhat solid. I ordered a new connecting rod cus it got bent a lil bit as well as the mounting hardware for the shift lever. Thanks Heli for the link!

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I just checked with my financial advisor. Ive been told id be broke 500 dollars more than I am now.
I was selling a set several weeks ago for ~$400 with passenger pegs. You could've been $100 richer... lol

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