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Old 02-06-2013, 11:58 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Two Moto Kiwis View Post
Actually I get it totally, I am not saying over torque it at all .... NOT once have I suggested that FFS and yes I know where it goes.

I won't bother any more, you seem to want to belittle anything I say so yeap it is all yours ... hope you are happy now.

Craig sorry your thread turned into a pissing match of others trying to twist my words and make suggestion of me trying to do you wrong.
Unbelievable, this forum is for sharing knowledge and helping folks out. So far it seems to me that’s all you’ve been given, belittlement is in your head.

Point is a less tensile bolt in my opinion, due to flex is a better option.

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Old 02-06-2013, 12:20 PM   #32
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belittlement is in your head.

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Old 02-06-2013, 07:41 PM   #33
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Just to Clarify the BDCW bolts do not, I repeat do not, screw into the engine cases! Nor does it load up the engine cases.

It screws to the bike in two places, the first place through the L/H side mounting bolt for the center stand. The second is that it replaces the stock bolt that goes through the bottom engine mount bracket. Go and have a look at your bikes and you will see what I mean and why a stronger bolt wont run the risk of damaging the cases. All the said I believe putting the bolt in the other way around will solve this problem. BDCW have sent me a replacement, way above and beyond what I expected, I am very impressed.

It replaces bolt 14 in the picture below, now stop your bellyaching the lot of yers.

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