spanner wrench, sockets, chain tool, and a dremel if you don't care to keep the old chain (chain tool if you want to preserve the old chain), rearstandj_merancy said:I've been thinking about changing out my chain for aesthetic reasons, so I'd be interested in doing a chain swap perhaps. What special tools will I need?
they're all around the same price, I bought the cheaper 'JT sprockets' brand from chris at cycleworks, that's where I'd recommend getting itDucatibilt said:I want to get a 14 tooth front sprocket installed. By the where's the best place to order 1 from?
By best I mean cheapest.
I'd buy the spanner if you don't have one, you need it for chain adjustments anyways (screwdriver and hammer method not recommended at ALL)j_merancy said:I have everything except the spanner wrench, I could care less about the old chain so my Dremel will be seeing some action.
haha, actually, i'm not currently planning on buying one (I don't have an SSS)...j_merancy said:let me know what spanner wrench you pick up so I can purchase one as well.
I'm all out of extra OEM signals unfortunately (just sent the last pair I had to a DML member in cali to help bring her back from a crash)steve748 said:looking forward to it. Most any Sunday is good for me since I work on Saturday.
Hey by the way. Does anyone have rear blinkers for sale. The rubber stock on mine broke. If not someone on ebay is selling front blinkers off a 05 620/650 monster, will they fit my 2000 M750?