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Hammer-Dan

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  1. Only a few rooms left on ground floor. Get your reservations in!!
  2. Make sure your axle is toque'd to spec. Local rider here had a squeal/whistle that I could hear riding beside/behind him. The axle wasn't torque'd down and allowed the axel spacer to spin.
  3. When I installed mine way back in the day, I had to loosen the banjo bolt just a hair and turn it down a bit to change the angle for the line. Just be careful because you don't want to introduce any air into the line. I have since taken them off and bought the vegas standard controls. The 8 balls supports bend differently and with the 2" extension hung out past the frame to far. http://www.purepartspolaris.com/eshopprod_cat_8210-48311_product_1357542.STANDARD_DRIVER_FOOTPEG_SUPPORTS.htm The link above will move your foot position 2.5" forward and not have to extend that line any.
  4. It will get you close. Those pipes look exactly like my Santa Rosa Clubs except they turn out to the side (and I noticed they have a set of pipes that exit out the back too). You should have an option for a drag pipe download, I would recommend that one.
  5. Does the caliper/axle bracket come off the fork? Mine are getting beat up and want to get them fixed when I change fluid at the service interval.
  6. I guess I got lucky on my second to last oil change... I forgot to put the crush washer on before filling her up.. I didnt feel like wasting an entire change kit so I just figured I would monitor the ground for any markings. It didn't leak a drop, bolt didnt loosen, and that was 2500 miles of pure hell raising. 8)
  7. That is an ugly noise.. I'm not expert but I would say that is bearing noise. Use a screwdriver (longer the better so you don't have to be super close to the engine) and touch the engine with the tip at different spots while putting your ear to the handle and see if you can pin point the location of the noise.
  8. No problem!! I have learned a lot from several people on here... I look forward to learning even more!! Post some pictures when you get it all put together!!
  9. 07 is open loop system and does not use O2 sensors. So if you find an exhaust for an 08 which is closed loop they have holes in the exhaust pipe to screw in the O2 sensors. Which is called a bung. You will need to cap them with a shallow bolt from autozone or some place like that. http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=safari&q=bung+hole+exhaust&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&biw=1024&bih=672&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=eyFaUMTdPIn89QTCpIAQ#biv=i|20;d|LX7Tu8nUfhZIBM:
  10. Well..... 08+ you need the O2 bungs unless you are running a power commander without autotune. 07- you wouldn't need the bungs so you would have to seal them if you got pipes with them. The fitment on the engine and frame would be the same. The only thing you need to worry about is if you need the O2 bungs. What year is your bike?
  11. Well..... 08+ you need the O2 bungs unless you are running a power commander without autotune. 07- you wouldn't need the bungs so you would have to seal them if you got pipes with them. The fitment on the engine and frame would be the same. The only thing you need to worry about is if you need the O2 bungs. What year is your bike?
  12. i believe the only difference is the 08+ have O2 bungs...
  13. Yeah they took place. I don't remember who won what...
  14. Hell, even I rode the hammer to the meet... Can't say much on the way home though... :o
  15. So does that mean we can swap rides on the way down Bill? At least parts of the way.. 8)
  16. What I thought was an issue is not. It is just the way the clevis and shock all connect and work. There is no gap and the clevis is just moving around like its suppose to. Posted an update in CC forum as well. Thanks!!
  17. There is 1/8" of space when the shock arm goes over the clevis and the nut/bolt is tightened down. This allows the clevis to slide on the bolt. Attached a rough drawing. I am no artist. Hopefully this clears up what I mean.
  18. So should there be spacers or washers that came with the shock? The top mount is tight, it's just the bottom.
  19. When installing the shock I noticed some side to side play at the bottom when the bolt was tightened down. This is with the bike up on a jack with the wheel hanging. Is this normal? I did not notice that on the sticker, but never thought to check. Is the play normal?
  20. Can you bring the Item #CCB1060CB Cam Cover Badge 8 Ball with you to nationals?
  21. I am needing to check the tightness of my front axle. I have a wobble that starts around 90mph and really presents itself at 100mph+. Its a 2010 Hammer so there is only one side that has the hex. I measured it to be 16mm but wanted to verify. I ran around to a couple shops but no one carries a 16mm hex driver. Several kits skip that size and before ordering one I wanted to verify that I measured correctly. Thanks
  22. Looks like the head of the bolts that are on the other side of the motor.
  23. Do we get a confirmation other than from paypal? I just registered today...
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