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Offline Kortbroek

Re: Rally Du Maroc 2021
« Reply #80 on: October 14, 2021, 07:28:15 am »
Eish seems Ross is too fast for Yamaha. . .
That hub needs beefing up... :sip:

Jeez. I would think there is no reason to be breaking hubs if you're running a durable enough part? What a stuffup from Yamaha.

So nice to see the mix of manufacturers giving each other a run for their money these days.


Overtightened chain, and on compression of suspension it's either the steel layshaft or the light alloy sprocket carrier that breaks.

Cannot think of ever seeing that part break before........
That makes sense. What a rookie mistake from the mechanic though

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Re: Rally Du Maroc 2021
« Reply #81 on: October 14, 2021, 12:59:37 pm »
Eish seems Ross is too fast for Yamaha. . .
That hub needs beefing up... :sip:

Jeez. I would think there is no reason to be breaking hubs if you're running a durable enough part? What a stuffup from Yamaha.

So nice to see the mix of manufacturers giving each other a run for their money these days.


Overtightened chain, and on compression of suspension it's either the steel layshaft or the light alloy sprocket carrier that breaks.

Cannot think of ever seeing that part break before........
That makes sense. What a rookie mistake from the mechanic though

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That is only my opinion, as it is such an unusual breakage.

Could also be that the chain picked up something, which wedged in between chain and sprocket.