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post #21 of 26 Old 11-01-2012, 05:49 PM
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I took note on the 2012 CBR 1000RR that the stupid sticker is pasted very forward on the swingarm and the axle bolt is already way past the 'replace' chain region.

May people post pictures of their swing arm's chain wear indicator? .. I saw this on 2 bikes on the showroom floor as well. I hope I am not being a but I can't see how it was put on right as the sticker is already way in front of the axle bolt.
Whoa......Wait a minute......the axle bolt is not the correct indicater.....
The left edge is the correct indicator, where the black bolt meets the silver square part around the axle bolt, not the axle bolt........
If this is the problem, then the problem is allready solved......there is no problem....

My 2012 looks exactly the same as yours......no problem......


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I called the local honda dealership
You "called" there is the problem....

You should have ridden it there and have them "look" at it.

Then they can give an accurate answer to you...

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You "called" there is the problem....

You should have ridden it there and have them "look" at it.

Then they can give an accurate answer to you...

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Whoa......Wait a minute......the axle bolt is not the correct indicater.....
The left edge is the correct indicator, where the black bolt meets the silver square part around the axle bolt, not the axle bolt........
If this is the problem, then the problem is allready solved......there is no problem....

My 2012 looks exactly the same as yours......no problem......


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2012 with 930 miles and chain needs to be replaced?-imageuploadedbymo-free1352707194.231469.jpg

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2012 with 930 miles and chain needs to be replaced?-imageuploadedbymo-free1352707227.103596.jpg


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