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post #16 of 69 Old 04-03-2016, 09:03 AM
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Think I caught this post too late and I had to order one on back order but well worth the wait. Can't say thank you enough for making this product. That rear caliper and spacers are the bane of my moto existence with this bike. Thanks bud!
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Also, Painfully do you have 2 MSM stickers I could possibly get for the sides of my fairings? Kinda random but I'm kinda into sticker collecting, let the jokes rain down, and I wouldnt mind sporting some MSM stickers on the bike.
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All sold out :-(

More are already being made in the shop but it will be a few days. Thank you all for being so awesome =-)

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Also, Painfully do you have 2 MSM stickers I could possibly get for the sides of my fairings? Kinda random but I'm kinda into sticker collecting, let the jokes rain down, and I wouldnt mind sporting some MSM stickers on the bike.
I always include stickers with every purchase. :-)
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All sold out :-(

More are already being made in the shop but it will be a few days. Thank you all for being so awesome =-)



I always include stickers with every purchase. :-)
Awesome, thanks bro! No worries on the delay. A few days is WAY better than I would of thought. I would rather wait a few more days for this than keep using my ratchet haha. Ill take a pic when I slap the stickers on.
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Think I caught this post too late and I had to order one on back order but well worth the wait. Can't say thank you enough for making this product. That rear caliper and spacers are the bane of my moto existence with this bike. Thanks bud!
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All sold out :-(

More are already being made in the shop but it will be a few days. Thank you all for being so awesome =-)



I always include stickers with every purchase. :-)
Sounds like I got the last one

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Sounds like I got the last one
It kinda reminds me of the time i went to the titty bar and saw my favorite dancer come in with a black eye... never more fitting sir.
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Will it work with captive chain adjusters?



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Cool!

Knowing myself I'd probably knock the wheel like x50 times against the caliper and destroying the paint, while getting the wheel in and out. LoL.
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Can anyone confirm if this will work with 07-08?

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Will it work with captive chain adjusters?
It is made to go directly against the swingarm. If you mean those fancy lighttech adjustment blocks...if they stay in the swingarm when you remove the axle then no, they will not work. If that is not what you are talking about, send me a pic and I will take a look.

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It should.
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When are you making more of these tools? With all this talk I'm seeing from people, it sounds like I might not want to find out how changing a rear wheel without it goes

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Yeah changing the rear is a PITA. I used to use my foot and lift the wheel with it while trying to get everything lined up. Always took multiple tries. I can definitely see this being useful for someone who tracks their bike.
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When are you making more of these tools? With all this talk I'm seeing from people, it sounds like I might not want to find out how changing a rear wheel without it goes
I have captive spacers and I still find it difficult to put the wheel back in. You have to hold the caliper bracket in place then put the wheel in, then its misaligned, then it falls, one side goes out, you knock the brake pads off. What I'm doing now is zip tying it together and cutting it off as I put the wheel in. I can't imagine it with the standard spacers. Its not impossible but if this tool helps me save 5 minutes it'll be worth it.
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I have captive spacers and I still find it difficult to put the wheel back in. You have to hold the caliper bracket in place then put the wheel in, then its misaligned, then it falls, one side goes out, you knock the brake pads off. What I'm doing now is zip tying it together and cutting it off as I put the wheel in. I can't imagine it with the standard spacers. Its not impossible but if this tool helps me save 5 minutes it'll be worth it.
I'm convinced now! Sounds like a nightmare. I remember doing it on my old CBR600 and it took me awhile to do it. Never got it on the first try.

This is one thing that I'll miss from my Ducati 1198....remove one big nut, and wheel comes off. It's that simple...no spacers, or axle to pull out, no rear caliper, no brackets.

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I dont even have captured spacers in that video BTW...they are on my other wheel.

More are already in the works. Probably 2 weeks or so.
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