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Old 05-18-2013, 07:27 AM   #35592
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Originally Posted by andy mac View Post
I also had to get the bike shop with impact gun to loosen the factory installed cs nut. Since then I used a breaker bar and a padlock thru the rear sprocket and chain to stop the cs turning.

49 or 50 rear sprockets with 13 for off road or 14 for dual purpose rides.

Tried a MT43 trials tyre earlier this year, had great traction but it raised the bike seat too high and the gearing was equivalent to +1 on cs. 114 link chain to clear mudflap with 13/50 sprockets for a dual purpose ride.

Have just sold my WRR and am questioning that decision
For sure :P I love my bike, and I can easily imagine doing the 290 top end one day. What are you riding now?

I have my bike setup exactly like your post here, haven't been able to ride though so the jury is out for me. Seat height is fine for me.

Originally Posted by andy mac View Post
Slideshow of my last adventure ride - 4 days through the high country of Central Otago, New Zealand. The WRR and KTM 640E are a good match.
Awesome pics, must have been a blast.
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