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post #1 of 9 Old 04-28-2012, 02:02 PM Thread Starter
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So where can I buy these?

I need Damper Rubbers for my 919. Anyone ever replace these or know were I can pick up a set?

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post #2 of 9 Old 04-28-2012, 02:24 PM
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$25 on honda parts house not sure if the price is cheaper or higher than others though.

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$25 on honda parts house not sure if the price is cheaper or higher than others though.

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That's a good price, but the shipping

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How many kms do you have on your bike to wear them out? Never heard of any being replaced.

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I'm at a little over 35,000 miles. I have been in a lot of slow stop and go traffic lately with my new commute into the city on my 919. I noticed a soft click when coming off or on the throttle in first or second gear. Then I noticed some slop in the hub when cleaning my chain last. Rotated a little back and forth. Not a whole lot but more than my little brother's 919. He has about 3,000 on his. Figured I just bone up the cash and do it.

Has anyone had time replace these?

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post #6 of 9 Old 04-28-2012, 10:28 PM
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If they actually do need replacing, it's an amazingly easy job to do.

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I noticed a soft click when coming off or on the throttle in first or second gear. Then I noticed some slop in the hub when cleaning my chain last. Rotated a little back and forth.
If there's some slop in the rear, you may want to inspect those bearings while you have the wheel off the bike. Bearing replacement is pretty inexpensive and easy, if you need it.

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If there's some slop in the rear, you may want to inspect those bearings while you have the wheel off the bike. Bearing replacement is pretty inexpensive and easy, if you need it.
+1, give the bearings a good look, if it were me, I'd probably change them at that mileage.

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Definitely the bearings. I'd bet money on it.

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