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Hi All,

Can anyone and everyone please post pictures of how they safety wired the following??

1. Front Axle
2. Front Axle Pinch Bolts
3. Front Caliper Mounting Bolts
4. Radiator Cap
5. Header Nuts of Bolts
6. Oil Filter
7. Oil Filler Cap
8. Oil Drain Bolt
9. Oil Lines
10. Coolant Drains
11. Muffler Mounting Bolts and Nuts
12. Fork Drains
13. Rear Brake Torque Arm
14. Rear Axle

Any help will be appreciated. Thanks!!

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post #2 of 14 Old 05-11-2006, 06:18 AM
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http://www.sportrider.com/tech/146_0002_hand/

http://www.whizwheels.com/Tips/safetywiring.html

Hope these help. Good luck.

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I'll look them over. Thanks! Any pics of how you did your front axle?

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I'll look them over. Thanks! Any pics of how you did your front axle?
i'll try to get some pics for yah later
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the front axle itsself does not need to be tied up just the pinch bolts

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here are a couple that i already had posted on here. I will get you some more maybe tonight if i can. https://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?t=20755
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here are a couple that i already had posted on here. I will get you some more maybe tonight if i can. https://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?t=20755
Awesome! Thanks!!

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Can anyone post up some pics of how they safety wired their brake line banjo bolts? Thanks in advance.

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Can anyone post up some pics of how they safety wired their brake line banjo bolts? Thanks in advance.
oops sorry man. I will try to get soe for you tonight. I didnt do my banjo bolts but i did do my caliper bolts but my wheels arent on my bike right now as it is in pieces. I can get you some of the radiator cap and oil drain bolts, filler cap, oil filter, and rear brake caliper bolts though if you want them
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Kawi also put tabs on the motor for safety wire. they are just little tabs with circles in them made of soft metal. easy to drill and in the perfect locations.

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