Refurbishing the Old Girl!

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  1. Lady Blaster

    Lady Blaster New Member

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    I have a new replacement sprocket for the 1993 Blaster that I am refurbishing. Do I need to torque the bolts on it. I can't find anything in the owners manual.

    Thanks! :)

    Lady B
     
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    You should replace both sprockets and chain as a unit.

    Which sprocket you referring to?
     
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    I'm sorry I wasn't more specific....The rear sprocket.
     
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    I don’t, just guten tite :D
    Also long as you don’t go crazy tighten them down. Look at the lock tabs, if they look tired, replace them, they’re cheap.
    If you don’t have a repair manual, there’s an online pdf in general repair section, there’s probably a speck for them
     
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