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Zulu
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After having taught myself the art of motorcycle maintenance i have a couple of suggestions.

Your not in the pits so take your time doing stuff.

Get the proper tools. (Lordco/Imperial etc)

Get bike stand (150.00 for a pair at Imperial good deal and also think of the stuff you can do on the bike later when you are more comfortable doing stuff.

when you change oil you will need a new washer make sure you have everything before you start. Canadian Tire has Amsoil on sale the synthetic at 13.99 a lit.

Do not force any thing and when you are putting stuff back make sure you tighten enough lots of aluminum parts strip easy check the torque specs search forum and gather data before you start drop me pm if you require help and are stuck.....
 
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