Did the thing 😎 also put ride-on in the front tire, never used it before so will see how it all works tomorrow. Did 3oz of beads in the rear, curious to see how well it’s balanced. I rode it around the neighborhood completely unbalanced and couldn’t tell up to 40mph. But that’s not a good determinate. I’m going to run the stock sprockets for the moment, possibly until I get the swingarm extensions and I’ll just fit the new chain at the same time. I want to see how the tire has changed the bike first, before changing the gearing.
Had to place a spacer inside the brake drum to keep the 2 housings from clamping onto each other when the axle was torqued past 40nm. It would completely lock the wheel up. Doesn’t make sense to me. Checked parts diagrams and it doesn’t look like I lost anything, no missing spacers or anything like that.
if someone could please take a photo of this gap on their rear drum brake for me (a measurement would be awesome too) the photo is after the washer spacer was inserted to give it room to move.
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