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  1. Awesome, thanks. Yeah, I bought a Motion Pro PBT tool for a little less than $90 but I really like e idea of the screw on option. Each time I put a new chain on, all is easy up to the point of flaring the new rivets. I always second guess myself whether I’m flaring it enough or too much.
  2. @1moreroad a screw on master link? Do tell. Never heard of that one!
  3. Yes, it’s in the low slot. I’ll try to remember to do that tomorrow when I get home.
  4. I’ll try to remember to do that tomorrow when I get home.
  5. I got my replacement set Saturday and I think it’s perfect now. I had posted in the other thread already.
  6. Just got back from a short ride with the new seat. The mods done by Sargent make it perfect, for me at least. It created a pocket that you sit in. Even with my somewhat slick Roadcrafter, even hard braking resulted in very minimal sliding forward. Well done Sargent.
  7. I haven’t noticed until you mentioned that but it does appear a little different other than the blue piping not going all the way around like the original seat does. And I haven’t even taken the new rear seat out of the box yet.
  8. My replacement arrived about an hour ago and while I haven’t taken it for a ride yet, when I took it out of the box, it has a noticeable difference in the slope from the first one. First picture is the original.
  9. I disagree. Let Darwin take those he needs.
  10. I have never had a bike that has this inside it. I did have a Tuono that simply had a hole just big enough to fit the nozzle in, but other than that, *all* of the motorcycles I’ve owned simply has a wide opening once you open the cap. As far as knowing not to overfill, just leave a gap and don’t fill it all the way up the neck to the top. Simple really. And for those that stupidly fill their tank with diesel, well here’s your sign. You deserve it. Diesel nozzles are different colors, for one.
  11. Not really sure what this has to do with my question, but ok.
  12. I don’t know what the proper name for it is but I’m referring to the inner part once you open the gas cap. Has anyone removed it? I find it highly annoying at fill ups.
  13. Haha yeah. I’m in Atlanta metro and 6 hours away from them.
  14. I spoke too soon. Mine says it shipped out today also with an arrival of tomorrow. I’m surprised they are shipping it next day for a Saturday delivery. I would be fine with it just showing up next week sometime.
  15. I guess they’re waiting to ship mine last. I haven’t received an email on mine yet. 😪
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