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Old 10-20-2013, 10:51 PM   #13486
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circlip for sprocket

Anyone know where a circlip can be sourced in Australia for the front sprocket?

I've had a good search around the net but nothing local??

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Old 10-21-2013, 12:19 AM   #13487
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hav to wonder why you'd want to go with a clip rather than the plate and bolt set up?
the bolts are solid and i've never had any fall out.
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Old 10-21-2013, 02:20 AM   #13488
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hav to wonder why you'd want to go with a clip rather than the plate and bolt set up?
the bolts are solid and i've never had any fall out.
I'll probably use a combination of both. I use a 13 tooth and the chain hits it. I know I can grind the retainer down but, well.....you know.

I will only use the clip on the 13 tooth and there isn't a surprising amount of lateral force on the clip/reainter, as the rear sprocket in reality keeps it aligned and falling off the spline.

Plus, clip is quicker to change off and used alot on DR350's.

Tha's all I've got.

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Old 10-22-2013, 02:56 PM   #13489
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Have you tried you local Bearing shop?

Could be worth a shot.
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Old 10-22-2013, 11:48 PM   #13490
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Thumper Dan

Have you tried you local Bearing shop?

Could be worth a shot.

I will give them ago (another bearing shop).

But started out and went to local Suzuki dealer, no, try bearing shop, went to bearing shop, no try specialst engine repairer......haven't tried there yet. I think I can order from the states. Will see.


I may just buy a second retainer plate and grind that one down for the 13 tooth sprocket (ruff stuff) and keep the main one for the 15 tooth sprocket (highway travels).
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Old 10-23-2013, 11:25 AM   #13491
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Old 10-30-2013, 06:32 PM   #13492
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something old from Cape York. my first "big" ride on the DR. 3000km sydney to cairns in 4 days then change tires and into the dirt. i met the guys in the pajero while i was up there and they filmed everything and even carried the backpack i had mounted on the rack for the telegraph track. you meet the best people in the most remote locations

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Old 10-31-2013, 04:23 PM   #13493
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awesome video !

what year was that ? 2005 ?
what month of the year ? there`s alot of water ! I was up there in August last year - not as much water , and the condition of the tracks are alot different too ! cool stuff.
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Old 10-31-2013, 05:27 PM   #13494
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what year was that ? 2005 ?
what month of the year ? there`s alot of water ! I was up there in August last year - not as much water , and the condition of the tracks are alot different too ! cool stuff.
thanks. was a lot of fun learning about de drowning the DR while i was there too haha. i think it was 2005. late june and the wet season had been longer than normal according to the locals so a lot of the roads had still only been opened for a few days
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Old 11-01-2013, 07:16 PM   #13495
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what year was that ? 2005 ?
what month of the year ? there`s alot of water ! I was up there in August last year - not as much water , and the condition of the tracks are alot different too ! cool stuff.
Are the conditions of the track better or worse. I'm thinking of going up next May ( or there abouts) but not sure if I will go the Old Telegraph Track or not. Probably go the other way, which apparenlty is easier??

Good Vid Black Cap - You were keen to do some of those tracks by yourself, although you eventually had some sort of support.

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Old 11-01-2013, 09:53 PM   #13496
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cape york track condition

The condition of the tracks are generally worse - mostly the entry/ exists of creeks. Not a problem for a bike , though. However I expect even MORE water to be around (than video) in May , possibly making all the good tracks impassable. The condition of the main development road is better . ( bitumen in some parts) . We rode the CREB track (red clay) , Starke track (alot of sand/ bulldust) , Frenchmans track (Pascoe river crossing), Old Telly Track and Maytown track self supported and loved it ! It`s an awesome place.
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Old 11-01-2013, 10:45 PM   #13497
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The condition of the tracks are generally worse - mostly the entry/ exists of creeks. Not a problem for a bike , though. However I expect even MORE water to be around (than video) in May , possibly making all the good tracks impassable. The condition of the main development road is better . ( bitumen in some parts) . We rode the CREB track (red clay) , Starke track (alot of sand/ bulldust) , Frenchmans track (Pascoe river crossing), Old Telly Track and Maytown track self supported and loved it ! It`s an awesome place.
Well May, August or whenever its not raining . But those other tracks you mentioned CREB track don't connect the Peninsula do they?? Sorry, I'm a North Qld virgin
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Old 11-01-2013, 11:17 PM   #13498
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Pic of Delhunty creek a couple of weeks ago.
Water is quite low


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Cockatoo creek

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Old 11-01-2013, 11:48 PM   #13499
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cockatoo creek a couple of weeks ago,quite low as well.
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Old 11-02-2013, 01:54 AM   #13500
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Are the conditions of the track better or worse. I'm thinking of going up next May ( or there abouts) but not sure if I will go the Old Telegraph Track or not. Probably go the other way, which apparenlty is easier??

Good Vid Black Cap - You were keen to do some of those tracks by yourself, although you eventually had some sort of support.

on ya
keen AND stupid. no idea what i was doing but water crossings arent as scary anymore. the beauty of the telegraph track is that most of the cars do the southern half together, rest at the falls for 2 or 3 days then tackle the northern half. we all spread out along the track but would meet up at the more difficult crossings to either help or just enjoy the carnage haha. i got free food and they got a bit of a show
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