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I run the AM chain/axle adjusting blocks, simply because I had heard that breaking a bolt inside the swinger can be a mofo to fix.

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I have recently realized that maintaining the bike properly nullifies my original fear i.e. anti-seize or equal on the threads of the stock bolts. I see guys @ the track that don't touch their chains that could easiliy be a candidate for problems, but I'm always screwing around back there. I wonder if I may have spent $ I didn't need to on the adjustment blocks???

What's your feeling?

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Do like I :cry:

The first thing I did when I got my new bike, take all bolts out and give them a lube, ofcourse besides the bolts that needs Loctite, never had a problem since.

If you anyway get a bolt to seize in the swingarm, it often take more than a little work :cry: several times I have ended using helicoil to get it working as intended.

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I've never had one seize up on me either. They sure do look cool, so the bling factor is there.

How come you didn't grind off the initials? Free advertisement. :cry:

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How come you didn't grind off the initials? Free advertisement. :cry:

Harde har har!!! Ain't ye a funny swab!!!

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Hey Shifter,

Where can I find some of those AM blocks?

Thanks!

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How come you didn't grind off the initials? Free advertisement. :cry:

Harde har har!!! Ain't ye a funny swab!!!

Sorry, couldn't resist. :cry:

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