Tools

Bearing remover shaft Bearing remover head, 20 mm Driver Driver head

Attachment, 32 x 35 mm Attachment, 37 x 40 mm Attachment, 42 x 47 mm Attachment, 52 x 55 mm Attachment, 24 x 26 mm Attachment, 22 x 24 mm Pilot, 17 mm Pilot, 20 mm Pilot, 25 mm Pilot, 28 mm Attachment. 28 x 30 mm Lock nut wrench Bearing remover handle Bearing remover head Remover weight Driver

Attachment, 34 mm Attachment, 37 mm Bearing remover set

07746-0050100

07746-0050600

07749-0010000

07946-MJ00200

07746-0010100

07746 0010200

07746-0010300

07746-0010400

07746-0010700

07746-0010800

07746-0040400

07746-0040500

07746-0040600

07746-0041100

07946-1870100

07908 4690003

07936-3710100

07936-3710600

07741-0010201

07949-3710001 or 07946-MJ00100 07ZMD-MBW0100 072MD-MBW0200 07LMC-KV30100

TROUBLESHOOTING

Soft suspension

• Weak shock absorber spring

• Incorrect suspension adjustment

• Oil leakage from damper unit

• Insufficient tire pressure

Hard suspension

• Incorrect suspension adjustment

• Damaged rear suspension pivot bearings

• Incorrect swingarm pivot fasteners tightening

• Tire pressure too high

Rear wheel wobbles

• Worn or damaged rear wheel bearings

• Tanlty rear tire

• Unbalanced rear tire and wheel

• Insufficient rear tire pressure

• Faulty swingarm pivot bearings

Rear wheel turns hard

• Faulty rear wheel bearings

• Drive chain too tight

Rear suspension noise

• Faulty rear shock absorber

• Loose rear suspension fasteners

• Worn rear suspension pivot bearings

REAR WHEEL

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