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The Vic Shop and Loydz.....

Every bloody time I go to a link that is posted for either of them, because of their genorosity in the making of and distributing how to videos and other good stuff, I lose at least one or two more hours of time watching a few of them. I guess I could also throw in the same feelings against the Witch doctors as well.....

Thanks fellows from the land down under as without your good generous offerings a lot of us out here in the wild would not be able to maintain their bikes as well as we do as dealers and knowledge of these bikes here is very very sparse...... And of course a shout has to go out to all the voggers as well.....
 

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Lets not forget that crazy Canuc Paul JP.
His vids have cost me an inordinate amount of time as well.
I'm waiting for him to do one on the chirping belt.
I've got mine solved but there are surely guys who could use a tip there.
 

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Well he was in my mind when the shout out to all voggers was added..... @CCTRudy
 

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Yeah Paul's videos are great.
 

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Lets not forget that crazy Canuc Paul JP.
His vids have cost me an inordinate amount of time as well.
I'm waiting for him to do one on the chirping belt.
I've got mine solved but there are surely guys who could use a tip there.
Beeswax worked on mine years ago. Hasn't screeched since.
 

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I'm waiting for him to do one on the chirping belt.
I've got mine solved but there are surely guys who could use a tip there.
Why wait, you solved the problem so maybe you could make a video :smile:
 

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I solved mine by spending an evening very carefully adjusting the rear wheel alignment and running the belt a little loose. I would like to make a video but don't have the equipment, the patience or most importantly, the videography skills to compete with Paul or Jon.
 

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Nooooooooo! I refuse to open that video again..... No, Nope, Ain't going to happen..... :angel4:
 

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How to stop lifter noise

The real fix is replacing the noisy lifter. But trying to find the failed one is the problem. All 6 of mine were replaced under warranty. Problem solved. It was paid for by extended warranty. Though all 6 were scrutinized by the tech who's been wrenching on Vics since 1999, he just couldn't determine the duff one. They all looked the same. But I don't care. Problem solved.

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After lifter replacement:

 

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Yea! It happened again...... :angel4:
 

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The real fix is replacing the noisy lifter. But trying to find the failed one is the problem. All 6 of mine were replaced under warranty. Problem solved. It was paid for by extended warranty. Though all 6 were scrutinized by the tech who's been wrenching on Vics since 1999, he just couldn't determine the duff one. They all looked the same. But I don't care. Problem solved.

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After lifter replacement:

Nice, glad you fixed it ... Good info
 
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