Same here, air gun did not buldge the nut. I only needed a 25" breaker bar and having a hydrolic lift to keep the bike steady doesn't hurt either.miykl said:The electric one I used wouldn't budge the nut. Ended up using a breaker bar with a four foot cheater.
I know I flattened mine out first. I have a new digital torque reader that goes up to 150lb-ft and I tested used it to see how tight the nut was. Well never got a chance to digtal unit bleeped out because I went over the scale limit... yeah that bolt is tight. I am getting ready to take the bolt off today because of some spocket issues but I am curious to see how high the 92lb-ft that I set it at increased will report back later if anyone's interested.ForceRecon said:I used a snap-on cordless 1/2 impact gun and worked great. Are you sure you flattened out the back washer first????? Before trying to remove the nut? Just a question?? Recon
Impressive! It's like pick a point on the road twist the throttle and your there. Not like that wasn't there before but now it's even faster. Seems like it would be easy to get into a bad wheely if I am not careful.. thats for sure, and that is with an extra link added and with 40t on rear.Big Daddy said:and what about the acceleration diff??