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Discussion in 'General' started by Tomtang, Nov 29, 2017.

  1. bigkelk9

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    I fallow specs exactly.. had to fallow different specs for the tear down due to upgrades.. but yeah when I pull the primary off I am replacing all seals and following specs..
     
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    2k.is a lot of money for me. Something might shake though. I think I'm going to
    Tear it down again soon. It's not a hard job. Hardness part was taking the 2 large nuts off.

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    Make sure you clean them good if you have the hardened nut for the clutch, secure that nut to 150ft/lbs torque. It would be a good time to clean the inside of the rotor also from the metal sticking to the magnets.
     
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