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It's very common to strip them, which sounds like what could be going on. You shouldn't be torquing them this much.
they don't feel stripped. the last torque (while I had it apart to check them) they were almost dead on (only about 3 nm low). I should be good to go at this point. Ill likely pull the covers off after another 1000 miles or so just to check, but all seemed well including the dgr. To be honest, having access to a high end torque wrench probably made me more paranoid than I should. I borrowed my buddies snapon wrench that shows digitally where the torque is when it starts to move and then buzzed, lights up and beeps when you hit the pre set torque. Plus shows the actual torque if you go pastirk miller said:It's very common to strip them, which sounds like what could be going on. You shouldn't be torquing them this much.
at least he had a full face helmet on. Hopefully people just thought I had a flat chested hairy armed woman on the back....irk miller said:Actually, it was the Levi and E love seat. It got lots of mileage, if you know what I mean, har har har.
Ive had it up for sale, and when I got a few calls about it I got pretty bummed, so I pulled the post. There's been times I could have used the money, but in the end, I would rather have the bike than the amount of cash that I can get for it.Tim said:Never sell it and ride it often. They seem to really enjoy riding in the rain.
I had mine out on Sunday. Was about 10 celsius and sunny. Awesome day for the first ride of 2018.
Oh wow, I didn't realize that they had a bike ban in the winter months there.The Jimbonaut said:Great looking ride my man, fills that parking space proudly
Can't wait to get Rhonda back on the road - no (legal) road riding allowed here in Quebec until mid March. Weather's unseasonably warm here right now but the wife says we're in for some cold stuff so all bets are off.