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    Front sprocket loose problem on honda crm 250r

    i like to know if there is some thing mising on front sprocket. i have a noys like is there is a mising woser.

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    Noise. Missing. Washer.
    "Standing on your mother's corpse you told me that you'd wait forever." [Bryan Adams: Summer of 69]

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    Just ignore Hitcher, He is our resident dictionary nazi

    Is the nut that holds your front sprocket on still tight?

    What sort of noise is it?, a rattle, or a grinding noise?
    vagrant

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    it has 2 nuts holding thesprocket. there is like a woser holding it and the nuts hold the woser and the spocket togeter. bat it stil goes in and out about 1 ml and thats why it make the noes when i drive the bike, it goes in and out. 10 q for your help vagrant

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    Sounds like standard Honda dirt bike from your description. Does it looked like the pic I've attached? The sprocket is not bolted on tight, it is held on the shaft by that plate (woser as you call it) which is fitted over the splined shaft and turned half a spline at the point where the shaft is machined so that the plate can be rotated. In that position the two screws can then be fastened through the plate into the sprocket holding it in place but leaving the sprocket floating. Therefore it is meant to be a little bit loose and all the ones I've owned I would never had called noisy because of this.

    They work fine and are a masterpiece when it comes to changing sprockets in a hurry, unlike bikes with a large nut and tab washer like my WR has - total pain to change the sprocket whereas on my Hondas I could regularly change sprocket sizes at will.

    So in summary if I think it is what you are saying you have nothing to worry about.
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    Cheers

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    Ok 10q Merv,it Is The Same As You Sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merv View Post
    Sounds like standard Honda dirt bike from your description. Does it looked like the pic I've attached? The sprocket is not bolted on tight, it is held on the shaft by that plate (woser as you call it) which is fitted over the splined shaft and turned half a spline at the point where the shaft is machined so that the plate can be rotated. In that position the two screws can then be fastened through the plate into the sprocket holding it in place but leaving the sprocket floating. Therefore it is meant to be a little bit loose and all the ones I've owned I would never had called noisy because of this.

    They work fine and are a masterpiece when it comes to changing sprockets in a hurry, unlike bikes with a large nut and tab washer like my WR has - total pain to change the sprocket whereas on my Hondas I could regularly change sprocket sizes at will.

    So in summary if I think it is what you are saying you have nothing to worry about.
    Thank you. Off to put a 13t onto my CRM right now.
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    Front sprocket loose problem on honda crm 250r

    HI All new to forum and this is my first post, I have a xs500b.

    I need to get new rear sprocket bolts in ST does any one know what size I need to order?
    many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by vagrant View Post
    Just ignore Hitcher, He is our resident dictionary nazi
    Fucking "noys"??! Bahahaha!

    That shit is inexcusable.

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