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Old 13-Feb-2011, 07:21 PM
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Lockwire on Rear sprocket nuts.

Is the lock wire on my rear sprocket nuts a standard fitting from new or has the previous owner added this?
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Old 13-Feb-2011, 07:44 PM
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That is certainly one clean bike.

The lockwire would have been added.
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Old 13-Feb-2011, 11:30 PM
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Now thats a proper tyre I could race on them
Oh yea I have
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Old 14-Feb-2011, 01:22 AM
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Cant see right hand side, but you realy need to lean harder in to the left handers, Chicken strip is a bit wide
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Old 14-Feb-2011, 09:57 AM
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Cant see right hand side, but you realy need to lean harder in to the left handers, Chicken strip is a bit wide

Ha Ha nice one Bionicle was wondering if this would be noticed
Just got the bike in Nov with new tyre and only managed out once for a few miles as the roads up here been crap ha ha.
Was not sure if this was standard on the rear sprocket nuts due to the recall on the rear sprocket.
Cheers Guy's your feedback is alway's welcome.

Forgot to say the right side of the tyre is the same ha ha
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Old 19-Feb-2011, 07:57 PM
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ive just had my 1098 serviced at www.ducaticoventry.co.ukand they did the same to mine..i think it looks well cool...gives it that race look

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Old 28-Feb-2011, 12:29 PM
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It certainly looks good (imho)

Shame they don't do it that way outta the crate... I seem to remember the the ol' <cough>onda RC30 was the only bike that came pre-lock-wired (bit of a statement of intent or just good thinking?)

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