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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outlaw View Post
    You're gonna want a cam lock tool as well. Makes change the belts MUCH easier.

    http://www.corsair-industries.com/pa...20Belt%20Lock/
    Thanks! Do I need one or two?
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    Quote Originally Posted by csmutty View Post
    Thanks! Do I need one or two?
    Most say one. But I used two. No real way to get the belts off unless both heads are locked.

    You can get away with one. You just have to set the cams to their timing marks after the belts are off. Not a huge deal. But for an extra $15 why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outlaw View Post
    Most say one. But I used two. No real way to get the belts off unless both heads are locked.

    You can get away with one. You just have to set the cams to their timing marks after the belts are off. Not a huge deal. But for an extra $15 why?
    My thoughts exactly. Two it is!
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    Easy tension app in the Google play store was awesome for this. Made it so easy to dial in the tension. Good suggestion to use a guitar tuning app Kevin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by csmutty View Post
    Easy tension app in the Google play store was awesome for this. Made it so easy to dial in the tension. Good suggestion to use a guitar tuning app Kevin!
    That's wild.

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    Nice! You'll have to let me take her out for a spin some time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outlaw View Post
    Nice! You'll have to let me take her out for a spin some time!
    For sure!

    One of my forks is leaking. Brakes also need a good bleed. Bike is fun as all hell though. Wheelies so controllably with that motor.

    I find myself squeezing the clutch in just to hear it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by csmutty View Post
    For sure!

    One of my forks is leaking. Brakes also need a good bleed. Bike is fun as all hell though. Wheelies so controllably with that motor.

    I find myself squeezing the clutch in just to hear it...
    what bike?

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    Nice bike!

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