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patrick
13-09-2007, 12:35 PM
Anybody know how much stripping down the belt change involves ? Seem to recall something about having the swing arm out to do it. Seen one for sale without belt- snapped. Thanks.

bimsb6
13-09-2007, 07:29 PM
Anybody know how much stripping down the belt change involves ? Seem to recall something about having the swing arm out to do it. Seen one for sale without belt- snapped. Thanks.
Index (http://www.ukbeg.com) hold all the answers ,off hand yes swinger out and it is a bit of a bastard to do .

bimsb6
13-09-2007, 07:31 PM
ukbeg.com have the answers .i am 99% sure the swing arm has to come out .

robbiemac
13-09-2007, 08:12 PM
Hi, you have to suspend the rear of the bike off the deck, semove the seat, rear wheel and right hand isolator.

Disconnect both battery cables, negative cable first.
Remove seat. Attach lifting straps to
motorcycle and insert straps under frame tubes. It is not
necessary to remove tail section.
Attach lifting straps to a floor hoist placed behind the lift.
Raise motorcycle off lift until rear suspension is unloaded.
Remove the stone guard and lower belt guard.
Remove sprocket cover.
Remove rear fender.
Remove rear wheel.
Remove right rubber isolator
Slide the drive belt from the sprockets between the frame
and swingarm mount block.
Slide a new belt over the sprockets.

Use caution when installing isolator bolts. Bolts may
be easily cross threaded.

Observe seam on rubber isolator after isolator bolt
is tightened. If seam twists, apply more LOCTITE
ANTI-SEIZE to underside of isolator bolt heads.

Do not overtighten isolator bolts. Too much torque
may lead to premature isolator failure.
2. Install right rubber isolator.
3. Install rear wheel.
4. Install rear fender.
5. Align the new belt and rear wheel.
6. Install sprocket cover.
7. Install the stone guard and lower belt guard.
8. Install seat.

best if you have a manual for the torque specs etc.
Hope this helps ya.:)

treborific
30-10-2007, 10:36 PM
Isolator TORX bolts 63-70ft-lbs, 85-95Nm (from Buell service manual for 2001 M2) :D
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