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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-07-2008, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone got an extra for sale......I'd like to be able to pop out the whole seconday so I can try different springs at the dunes......Let me know if anyone has one layin around...prolly a long shot. I will prolly have to go piece one together at yamaha



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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-08-2008, 07:46 AM
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proabaly just as easy to buy a spring depression tool and just change it out.
most of the work is just getting it out. changing the spring just takes a minute.

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Yeee....I was gonna buy one of those too....But I figure it would be nice to have one set up ready to rip!!!



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DONT BUY THE TOOL!!If you have a old rim it works faster than the tool. thats how we did ryans and it worked real good. I was going to mess with wights on the pismo trip so if you want bring some springs and I'll help you with yours let me know if you have a rim if not I'll bring one out.

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What type of rim???? Atv??? Car??? Thats a good idea



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What type of rim???? Atv??? Car??? Thats a good idea
rhino rim steel if you have one not shour if alumanum works

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Yep use a stock front steel wheel. I don't think the aluminum wheel works...

We just used a vise for the nut too, didn't have a socket on it. Worked great.

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Hello--I have a 06 rhino 660 engine(5 miles)-The head is off of it but other then that is together.Im in montana and will ship anywere-([email protected]) Dan
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