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It seems every couple of years I tear the o-ring on my fuel mixture screw. I would rather not keep buying screws just because I need an o-ring. I see replacements online but I was planning on riding this weekend and can't wait for shipping. Does anyone know the size of the o-ring on the tip of the screw so I can hopefully run down to the hardware store and pick up a replacement? Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
Gidday again. I was gonna take of my o-ring chain today and I got the lil clip thin bit of metal thingie off but the link wouldn't come apart after that. Is that all I need to do and its just stuck or did I miss a step. thanks.
Ok guys, I have an XR650R with a leaky petcock. Unfortunately it appears to be leaking from between the petcock and tank, as well as from behind the on/off switch. Below is my order from partzilla. Also this website gives you a good look at installing 2 of the 3 orings. http://www.xr650r.co.uk/service/petcock/petcock.shtml
It’s been a muddy first few weeks of ownership with our new dirt bikes. We’ve found our drive chains completely encased in mud, or more specifically, Georgia red clay — which is tacky and persistent of the highest order. In reading some threads on cleaning chains, I have taken notice of advice not to use a pressure washer on O-ring chains. Oops. Didn’t know that (first time having such a chain). I am hoping just 3 washings so far won’t have done too much damage. But how else to get this level of mud off? Brush only? Pressure washer, but very carefully? (And if so, how?) I would prefer not to have to remove the chain to clean it if possible. Thanks!