How hard was the swapout? Is this something I can do myself, I assume? No springs or other such things are gonna come flying out, are they?On 2006-11-26 22:05, hyperview wrote:
I bought mine through the dealer. Don't forget the gasket as well.
I've thought about installing sliders, but haven't yet. Would they have helped, and whats the damage in dollars? I forget how much the sliders are, but don't recall them being very high.On 2006-11-26 17:52, TroyH wrote:
I need to replace my left side crankcase cover due to some misfortune today.
No, I didn't drop the bike. I wound up off road in a shallow ditch, still sitting in the saddle and still mostly upright. The *only* damage is: scratched up crankcase cover, broken shift lever & scratched left can.On 2006-11-28 18:29, whoa wrote:
I've thought about installing sliders, but haven't yet. Would they have helped, and whats the damage in dollars? I forget how much the sliders are, but don't recall them being very high.
Yeah, I love the look of your covers. However, I also like Thrux-ton-up's polished covers, and that can be done for the price of some paint stripper.On 2006-11-28 22:30, wvthruxton wrote:
I recently had the trans cover off to be powdercoated, just wanted to let you know to be careful with spring at the end of the clutch rod, it sits in a hole at the end of the rod and a groove in the case, just make sure its seated properly when you put it back together or it can get bent like mine did.