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I'm putting on my new sprocket set and the nut and bolt strip on the sprocket carrier / cush drive. I Need one asap. Anyone have one lying around?

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post #2 of 15 Old 05-01-2015, 01:40 PM
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I think I do .... but am in Canada. I'll take a look tonight and let you know.

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I think they are the same? .... I would guess they are.

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Is this technology a possible solution?

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If they fit how much for it shipped to 32024?

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The 900RR dampers have a different number but they work fine, I have them in my rear wheel now


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Sorry, you're talking about the flange, also a different number than the 9er but looks identical


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That's more than I want to mess around with. Is rather just but one

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So I found out it's not the bolt that's the problem the nut threads came off in the threads of the bolts. Headed to Napa now for new flange bolts

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Since I am in the middle of a 6-spoke wheel conversion and full black out powder coat on another members 919 .... I have all the parts to compare everything on hand.

The 900rr & CB919 cush drives are the exact same. The casting on the 900rr cush is rougher, and they have different part numbers. But as far as I can tell they are the same. I mixed and matched the sprockets/wheels and cushs between a 900rr and 919 wheel and everything installs easily with no real difference.

CBR900RR cush on the left ..... CB919 cush on the right.

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Since I am in the middle of a 6-spoke wheel conversion and full black out powder coat on another members 919 .... I have all the parts to compare everything on hand.

The 900rr & CB919 cush drives are the exact same. The casting on the 900rr cush is rougher, and they have different part numbers. But as far as I can tell they are the same. I mixed and matched the sprockets/wheels and cushs between a 900rr and 919 wheel and everything installs easily with no real difference.

CBR900RR cush on the left ..... CB919 cush on the right.
Thank you. I got it all back together and running but I still have a bit of tweak in the rear sprocket. I think the carrier might be bent slightly. So I still want to buy one. I got Ldh's 17/44 conversion and chain so I don't want to risk it.

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