Identify a part?

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by unaweep, Dec 19, 2013.

  1. unaweep

    unaweep Uses lotsa band-aids

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    Found on the garage floor in the vicinity of a Super Enduro.

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    Thanks for any tips! :thumb
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  2. Two Moto Kiwis

    Two Moto Kiwis Homeless Somewhere

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    Similar to the tank holder caps but not seen anything like that on Maya, are they orings on the sleeved part
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  3. ICERIDER

    ICERIDER Adventure Rider

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    Is your bike running or in bits?

    To me it looks like a mounting spacer off a shock absorber or some other high grade part.
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  4. traveltoad

    traveltoad Aaron S

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    Let's see the other side...
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  5. mjskier

    mjskier Been here awhile

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    Wheel spacer?
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  6. DELTATANGO

    DELTATANGO Motorcyclist and Dog Walk

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    this
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  7. VxZeroKnots

    VxZeroKnots Long timer

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    front wheel spacer? lets see the other side.
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  8. ICERIDER

    ICERIDER Adventure Rider

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    I was going to say that.

    But then I didn't:rofl
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  9. unaweep

    unaweep Uses lotsa band-aids

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    Thanks guys- way too small to be a wheel spacer.

    Yes, there is an O-ring on it. No, the bike isn't in pieces, thank goodness!:lol3

    It runs really well.

    I'll try to get a better pic and post again. Appreciate the input! :thumb
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  10. unaweep

    unaweep Uses lotsa band-aids

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  11. unaweep

    unaweep Uses lotsa band-aids

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    HEY!

    You going to Phx after Christmas with the crew?:ear
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  12. KaaJa

    KaaJa Been here awhile

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    Rear brake lever bushing?
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  13. gearheadE30

    gearheadE30 Long timer

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    Not sure where it goes, but it looks like one of those retainers for a countersunk SHCS, like the bolts that hold the rear subframe on. I don't remember seeing anything like that on my ADV, though.
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  14. JOKER650

    JOKER650 Long timer

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    Ur FOOKED!
    Sell the bike now...for cheap.
    It will cost ya nothing but money.

    I can help out:lol3
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  15. Freakingreen

    Freakingreen They make used stuff every day.

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    Oring would indicate its designed to hold back a fluid of some sort or just stay retained in place. Hole in the center looks like a shaft or push rod might pass through it. I've never had a bike apart to see that piece yet but did you do anything with the clutch push rod from the slave cylinder through to the basket?
    Pure speculation here.

    The other obvious answer is its not from a bike. Just fell off your shelf and rolled over for a better look at the orange candy.
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  16. VxZeroKnots

    VxZeroKnots Long timer

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    Yes Sir! :D
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  17. unaweep

    unaweep Uses lotsa band-aids

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    I haven't done any of that work. I think you may be right- It jumped off the bench to check out the big Katoom and probably doesn't belong to the SE. Thanks for the help! :thumb
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  18. unaweep

    unaweep Uses lotsa band-aids

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    Fantastic! :thumb
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  19. sonoran

    sonoran 205Ω

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    Blinker shaft seal.

    They all do that.
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  20. unaweep

    unaweep Uses lotsa band-aids

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    Explains why I'm always low on blinker fluid. :bluduh

    :lol3
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