Posted August 01, 2000 - 12:54 AM
Posted August 01, 2000 - 10:40 AM
When looking for a new swing arm pad/protector I noticed that the PNs were different from 98-99 to 2000. Part itself looks diff. too, but only in area in FRONT of arm, where you are talking about clearance problems. If you are having this problem I would double check the PN.
I doubt pad could hurt countershaft sprocket, damage would be inflicted in other direction (sprocket to pad).
I trashed my stock guard in a hurry (partly due to welds protruding too high on top of arm) and bought a T.M. or TerryCable Chain Slider. Makes a spooky noise but has worn 400% better than stock rubber one.
Posted August 01, 2000 - 03:12 PM
Posted August 01, 2000 - 03:52 PM
Is your coutershaft sprocket the OEM sprocket, (13 teeth?)?
Say what? Stock is 14 isn't it?
Yep, mine has the gap there.
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Posted August 01, 2000 - 10:13 PM
The sprocket that sheered was a fifthteen tooth(standard for oz ADR's) I have tried a 14 but I seemed to run out of gears when riding. I'll try the 14 again as I've got it there.
The countershaft guard was the first thing I ripped off when I purchased the bike, I only run the case-saver which was mounted underneath the guard.
I think I'll put it down as just one of those things, and see how I go this weekend.