I just leave on the side stand and just roll it forward a little as I spray lube the chain. It is a stop and go thing but it works fine. You can see where you started lubing because the chain comes back around wet.
I use the straw the comes with the chain lube to reach under the chain guard and lube while I draw backwards and spray the end of the rear sprocket. Then I move the bike forward and do that again until the lubed chain comes back around. Seems to work OK.
I have a 98 800 classic and the rear fender mounts were removed by the previous owner. I have them and am trying desperately to re attach them but can not figure out what size bolts i need to attach the mounts onto the frame of the bike. Its the would be two bolts on either side below the seat...
I just made a huge mistake.
I had a bad connection on the Junction box. So i tried with a small screwdriver, little did i know i open all the connectors from the plastic. So now i really do not know where all the wires should go into the plastic?
Anyone have or can find time to take a...
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