Just saying hey
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Try all five and work it "down" from there. My bet is that you end up keeping at least four if you're aggressive.
The rear wheel needs to be weightless in order to remove your OEM torque arm, so yes a stand is required. I'm quite sure if you visit Ken's website there will be full instructions on the re and re in PDF format.
Your wife rocks. Happy Fathers Day.
2005 K1200S, Granite Grey, ESA, Heated Grips, Alarm, Evoluzione Race Filters, Akrapovic Racing Headers c/w Hexagonal Carbon Cannister, Clear Signals F/R, Clear Tail c/w LED, Lic. Plate Bracket, PIAA Superwhite Bulbs, Z Technik Carbon Kits, Throttlemeister, Wave Rotors, 6.0
2004 F650 CS Metallic Yellow (For The Ball & Chain)
2003 Bombardier DS650 Baja ATV
2007 Victory Jackpot Arlen Ness Signature Edition
2007 Victory Vegas "8 Ball"
R.I.P. "Yer Maun" William Joseph "Joey" Dunlop 1952-2000
Carpe Diem in a modified Porsche 996 Turbo