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new parts for my raptor

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just bought my new parts i needed for my raptor. I got a houser steering stem and bar mounts. renthal fatbar handlebars. and a renthal chain and sprocket kit. so hopefully i ll be back riding again by next weekend.

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today i removed the old steering stem . had to cut my drive chain off and got the rear sprocket off. just have to get the steering bearings out and the drive sprocket off and it will be ready for new parts. i hope the new parts come in soon.

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having some issues with getting the new chain on. anybody know a trick on getting a master link on an o ring chain.

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Nice and easy with a small pair of vise grips. Thats how i did it with my new chain. Maybe a pair of channel locks will work

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just bought my new parts i needed for my raptor. I got a houser steering stem and bar mounts. renthal fatbar handlebars. and a renthal chain and sprocket kit. so hopefully i ll be back riding again by next weekend.

LOL Greenie bring it by and I`ll have you done by this weekend !!!

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LOL i ll swing buy colorado today on my way to work. i wish i could . i ve had nothing but problems trying to get this thing back together. i just got the steering bearing out yesterday. had to take a efco bolt from work and modify it a little to fit into the bearing holder. came out pretty easy then. had to tear half the quad apart just to get to it. hope i get done soon its driving me nuts.

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thats not always true . i ve had a lot of rusted up bolts that were a pain in the ass to remove.i m almost ready to get it back together. i got the new steering bearing in last night. it is so much easier to put bearings in when you freeze them. i tired to just put it in a couple days ago and couldn t get it to fix in . so i put it in the freezer over night and one hit and they went right into place.

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Thats how i did the front hubs and swing arm bearings. The bearings all went into the freezer over night and then the hubs and swing arm went into the oven for 20min at 325° before i installed em. All the bearings went in with hand pressure only and one needed a tap from the hammer. It was very easy

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