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    S1000RR Safety wiring questions

    Hello, I have safety wired my S1000RR per the handbook requirements with the exception of the front axle as there is no protruding section on either end of the axle to grab onto. Both fork leg pinch bolts are torqued and safety wired however, so that axle isn't going anywhere. Curious how others have done their axle and what is acceptable?

    Also, the rear caliper doesn't have bolts to safety wire (except for banjo bolt). Caliper is secured to swingarm via rear axle that runs through it (rear axle nut safety wired).


    thanks,
    Jason

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    Hey Jason...maybe this will help you.

    http://www.cmraracing.com/showthread...e-Unacceptable

    Perhaps Ryan or Walter can chime in.
    Heinz Roy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinz Roy View Post
    Hey Jason...maybe this will help you.

    http://www.cmraracing.com/showthread...e-Unacceptable

    Perhaps Ryan or Walter can chime in.

    Thanks, that's very helpful.

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    Contact Brandon at The Metric Garage, he has two of the best built and kept S1000RRs in the Country in his keep, he'll have proper input.

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