Extra sprocket bolts for KTM

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Anyone arriving in Monday at DW that may have a couple of spare rear sprocket nuts & bolts? I seem to have lost a couple in the one lap I rode today. I'm gonna try to pick some up this week but if I can't, I just wanna have a back up plan.
 

biglou

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Jeff-I just emailed Mike at Cyclezone in Topeka. He will email me back Tuesday if he has any. If you don't get any lined up by then, and he has them in stock, just say the word and they'll be waiting for you at DW when you get there. :thumb:
 

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Jam a stick in the holes and wrap it with racer tape, this is DW were talking about here!
 

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Jeff,

Don't take bike maintenance advise from a guy who shows up a DW without a bike that actually runs.  :p :)
 
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Thanks guys!

btw Patman, after reading the post's between you and the Greenhorney, his bike must be in piss poor shape if you don't approve of his maintenence yet you're okay with the "fix" you recommend for me. ;)
 

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LOL! I can honestly say my KTM ran when I got to Casey it just didn't stay running to long once Rich help me diagnose that the ignition side crank seal was leaking. Last year all I had was my Monty and it has run perfectly every DW so nanny, nanny boo boo Timr :confused:

Oh and I learned the jam a stick in it fix from somebody that you'd never guess would approve of it. :)
 
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I was able to pick up the bolts today but I am still looking for a stick. Maybe I can use Tigger's "Gomer Poking Stick" she kept from last year. :)