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The Cush Drive is inside your rear wheel hub. It's just a series of rubber cushions that absorb shock loading. This smooths out shifting and throttle action on the rear wheel.


[ This message was edited by: crashmasterd on 2006-12-05 23:53 ]
 

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Methinks I might need to service my cush drive as either it or the chain are no longer 'cushy'.
 

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I took the slack out of the throttle a long time ago and switched up to an 05 throttle tube for the shortened twist. I'm thinking my chain is a bit gummy and my rubber bits in the swinger need serviced, lol.
 
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