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If it wasn't for the splatter I wouldn't carry the damn thing around anymore for all the good it's doing me.

Hey, speaking of, I see you're not too far away from Riverton.
I'd have you look up an old girl friend of mine but I'm guessing her husband would be less than understanding.
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Don't know that many folks from Riverton.
I do have a couple of MC customers that bring their bikes to me
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Hey, speaking of, I see you're not too far away from Riverton.
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Glad you got it sorted!

eventually I'll need to check out my tranny... what size are the nuts on a 1992 belt drive? They say a picture is worth...do I have it correct? If so, where is this 1-7/8" nut referenced in Sportsterpedia (about halfway down the page)? It says "Final drive (Trans to wheel)" ... ?
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That final drive, trans to wheel, is the opposite side on the output shaft.
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Oh right....thanks Paul - had an extended brain cramp going there for awhile.
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