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Texasl May 25th 2017 04:07 PM

I ain't no genius, but.....
 
I think that I found the vibration.https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...53ce3a91be.jpg

What weight of grease do I need to use to mellow this out? :)

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kromlec May 25th 2017 04:14 PM

Damn that's not a good thing to find.

DGA May 25th 2017 04:24 PM

As soon as you find a zerk fitting going to it, I'm sure that any synthetic, water proof, grease would just fix that void right up. Glad you found it in time.

Texasl May 25th 2017 04:47 PM

I had the bike all loaded for a trip to Anacortes, but I felt a vibration through the bars when I got up to road speed, followed by a "chirp." That will definitely make you backtrack and ride like you're on eggshells. :O

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liberpolly May 25th 2017 05:11 PM

That's just a flesh wound!

Slamster May 25th 2017 05:32 PM

Be Sure to use a good smelling grease :-)
Grape Smelling Grease

DocB May 25th 2017 06:51 PM

Obviously you would use goose grease.

Twistedracer May 25th 2017 08:32 PM

I'd get rid of those ball thingies to smooth it out.

galenernest May 25th 2017 08:50 PM

You'd better walk back down the road very slowly and keep your eyes peeled for those missing parts!

Willow May 25th 2017 09:39 PM

What's wrong? I don't see any problem there........:rolleyes:

That One Guy May 25th 2017 10:31 PM

I her a lil vibration is good for you, helps keep you regular.

Texasl May 26th 2017 03:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by galenernest (Post 35923)
You'd better walk back down the road very slowly and keep your eyes peeled for those missing parts!

So, what you're saying is take a hike and look for my missing balls? :eek:

SilvieFox May 26th 2017 07:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Texasl (Post 35927)
So, what you're saying is take a hike and look for my missing balls? :eek:

ask your wife, they normally have them:p

bcj May 26th 2017 09:09 AM

Ouch.

Biggerer! Fasterer! Strongerer!
Jed down the street may have the technology!

MarvTravis May 26th 2017 01:36 PM

For those who may unfamiliar with the process of removing and replacing wheel bearings, here's an excellent Delboy's Garage video that explains the procedure in minute detail. He explains how and why thing are done a certain way.



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