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07-18-2019 05:17 PM
Rocketman7
Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

Nice writeup
07-13-2019 02:51 PM
ccharlie
Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

Sorry to necro the thread,

but is red loctite really necessary? The sporttrackgear site video shows blue and the manual says nothing.
12-30-2012 05:42 PM
TheJokester3
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Don't be a goober, so make sure you wipe that excess sealant off!
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Already did. I was to excite and took the picture once I put it on.
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12-30-2012 11:57 AM
Tdub
Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

Don't be a goober, so make sure you wipe that excess sealant off!
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12-30-2012 09:44 AM
TheJokester3
Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

Got mine installed. I appreciate everyone's help.
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Now I need to get the other side!


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12-30-2012 09:22 AM
maddagascar Makes me feel as a torque wrench is pointless for our bikes.
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12-29-2012 08:14 PM
theturtle7023
Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

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There are many Tq values in the book that are too high IMO. This is one. I would not tq higher than 85-90 in/lbs...JMO and only that.
The rear sprocket bolts for instance say 72 lbs.. I think.... which I know many people have stripped the bolts at that setting.
12-29-2012 08:12 PM
Tdub
Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

There are many Tq values in the book that are too high IMO. This is one. I would not tq higher than 85-90 in/lbs...JMO and only that.
12-29-2012 07:53 PM
maddagascar
Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

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8.7 I guess
lol. i wasn't trying to be a smartass, i just know some manuals tq/lb alone just for the oil plug is too much and soo many people will strip them following the instructions.
12-29-2012 07:51 PM
theturtle7023
Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

Put mine on last night. Had some trouble on the left cover. Got the 3 torx off the stator, but the one holding the wire gaurd was a bitch. No heat or penetrant would make it budge. Ended up having to drill it out and fine a new bolt to put in there. Hope all the metal shavings came off after I doused it in all sorts of oil and didn't stay around to stick to the strongest magnet in the world that is apparently in our bikes.
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