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WTB- Chain Adjustor assembly

Looking for both left and ride side, Really I only need the two adjustor bolts for my 2002. Mine seized up somehow and I've mangled them trying to get them loose. Please help kind sir's.

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Honda 919 Hornet CB900F ADJUSTER, CHAIN. 40543-MAS-000. NEW. M2 | eBay

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I have a set somewhere? Let me take a look....

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I can't tell if that one has the screw or not, which is really what i need

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I can't tell if that one has the screw or not, which is really what i need
According to the microfiche, the chain adjuster bolt is a separate part. At my dealer it's $6.25

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Did you mess up the threads or just the head of the bolt? If it's the threads I would be more worried about the aluminum swingarm.

If its just the 8mm head of the bolt. You could weld a 10mm bolt head or wing nut onto it or ...... clean it up and cut a slot into it for a common screwdriver.

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I'm hoping it's not the threads, those fuckers won't move at all though. I don't know how they got seized up.

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take out the axle, spray some wd40 and let it soak a bit, spray more on and try to work them loose. Its possible they might be bent, preventing you from backing them out more.

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Obvious question but......you have loosened the axle nut correct?

Tty some heat, MAP works wonders for a small.portable torch. Dont be shy with it cook the hell out of em.

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Obvious question but......you have loosened the axle nut correct?

Tty some heat, MAP works wonders for a small.portable torch. Dont be shy with it cook the hell out of em.
Yeah I loosened it, I actually posted about this in another thread I started. But since I'm dumb I didn't realize I could just buy a bolt from a hardware store I was thinking it was a special part.

But it looks like I can get the same assembly for around 12 bucks, hopefully I won't need it though. I just wish I could figure out how this happened.

Thanks for the advice guys.

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Missed the other thread, just covering the basics wasn't trying to insult.

Maybe the PO cranked on the bolts without loosening the axle. It could bind up the threads in the soft alloy swing arm pretty easy.

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Some good advice in this thread, Apparently you aren't the first.

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...ght-24658.html

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Missed the other thread, just covering the basics wasn't trying to insult.

Maybe the PO cranked on the bolts without loosening the axle. It could bind up the threads in the soft alloy swing arm pretty easy.
God dammit, I hope that's not what happened.

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