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Re: Rear wheel removal
Reply #10 on: 23 April, 2022, 10:04:43 PM
*Originally Posted by indytiger1050 [+]
PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE CALIPER. 

Make sure it is installed correctly and will not move or a busted hose is in your future.

He has a sport indy, single sided s'arm, no peg location but a bolt thru a slot and into the arm,
so in theory if you have an M10 bolt left over  :084:  :008:

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Re: Rear wheel removal
Reply #11 on: 24 April, 2022, 01:54:26 AM
*Originally Posted by tiggersteve [+]
He has a sport indy, single sided s'arm, no peg location but a bolt thru a slot and into the arm,
so in theory if you have an M10 bolt left over  :084:  :008:
OK, fine just got schooled.   Why, have I ever seen one of these beasts. F no.   Tad frustrating when companies do this type of BS.   

It's not like we've been quite and said thanks for protecting us from this product so none for the US.   

Does make it hard to bother checking the forum. 
Support the forum.   :031:

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Re: Rear wheel removal
Reply #12 on: 24 April, 2022, 08:04:05 AM
Just for reference i inspected the caliper and lines after your post never hurts to look at things when you get a chance plenty of meat left of rear brake pads aswell. Also gives me a chance to deep clean swingarm and under the hugger. Tyre repair this morning. Hopefully a ride out this avo under the heavens open up :152: