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    Current: DT125X '07 Triumph Street Triple R '11 Aprilia Caponord '02 Triumph Speed Twin '19
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  1. finnerz89

    XJ6 N 2009

    If in doubt get the grinder out
  2. finnerz89

    XJ6 N 2009

    That's a new one on me. I'd just cut the old one off with a grinder and fit new with a rivet link
  3. finnerz89

    XJ6 N 2009

    Meh I've done several now without any issues. As long as you have a decent riveter it shouldn't be a problem. Steer clear of the chinesium ebay specials and you'll be fine.
  4. finnerz89

    XJ6 N 2009

    So you haven't even got a rivet link?
  5. finnerz89

    XJ6 N 2009

    I don't see why you'd need to remove the swingarm to replace the chain
  6. Sounds good. I've heard a lot of track days this year were like moto3 and seen some quite bad accidents so I was a bit worried about the mixed groups. I reckon I'll get an evening booked!
  7. I was thinking of booking an evening next month. What were the groups like?
  8. I'm with bemoto. 3 on one policy with all my NCD and then another one a separate with mirrored no claims. 600 all in I think
  9. Haha I insure 4 bikes no problem
  10. You can only use your NCD on one insurance policy. So if you get a multibike, you use it on how ever many that policy covers. If you had 2 years no claims, and 2 policies, you could use one year on each.
  11. Turn your footpegs upside down and then use axle stands
  12. If you were closer I'd be happy too. There's not much to them in reality, Haynes manual and YouTube and you'll be reet!
  13. John would be closest I think
  14. I think he'll just have to do his measurements standing on his head. Should be fine then
  15. Standard for m10 is 1.5mm pitch. Looking at that photo I'd say the stud is finer than that. I've just had a look on pro-bolts website. They sell replacement sprocket nuts for the MT09 listed as 1.25mm pitch which is finer than standard. https://www.pro-bolt.com/stainless-steel-sprocket-nut-m10x1-25mm-pack-x6-ss6spn10/ All this guess work aside you could just buy a thread gauge and measure one of the nuts or studs with it. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071H8GP18/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_4SSRJHRGVNAB76VQ0PHJ
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