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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-05-2015, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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How many links in the stock chain for a B675? Also stock gearing is 16/43, right? Looking at getting replacement parts and I'm just too lazy go into a freezing garage to count.
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The sprocket ratios are in the manual dude, the chain I can't help you with, looks like you're getting cold.

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How many links in the stock chain for a B675? Also stock gearing is 16/43, right? Looking at getting replacement parts and I'm just too lazy go into a freezing garage to count.
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that's the problem with too any people today.......

look in your Owner's Manual....... if that isn't too much effort


Yeah, come on guys.It's unfair to ask forum members to do something just because you can't be bothered, no ?
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LOL, the interesting thing is that's where I got the gearing numbers from that I wanted confirmed. I was asking for confirmation because in the past other manuals (not MV) have had errors or non north american specs in them.
Also I thought if asked about gearing someone might chime in with their experiences in re-gearing.
Sorry, I guess I'm used to other boards where people are more hands on with mods and maintenance.
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Dons, Noel & Joe, what the hell is wrong with you guys???? Why wouldn't you just help him? Geeeeez.

The man is asking a completely legit question he could easily answer himself by looking at his own bike....!!!!
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LOL, the interesting thing is that's where I got the gearing numbers from that I wanted confirmed. I was asking for confirmation because in the past other manuals (not MV) have had errors or non north american specs in them.
Also I thought if asked about gearing someone might chime in with their experiences in re-gearing.
Sorry, I guess I'm used to other boards where people are more hands on with mods and maintenance.
What makes you think you can't trust the manual but you won't check for yourself to confirm?
Don't insult the same people you're asking for help.
You never mentioned anything about changing gear ratios.
You couldn't find another board where people are more hands on than this one, you should try it yourself.

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Dons, Noel & Joe, what the hell is wrong with you guys???? Why wouldn't you just help him? Geeeeez.

The man is asking a completely legit question he could easily answer himself by looking at his own bike....!!!!
Hope you're near the telly this weekend Balz !

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What makes you think you can't trust the manual but you won't check for yourself to confirm?
Don't insult the same people you're asking for help.
You never mentioned anything about changing gear ratios.
You couldn't find another board where people are more hands on than this one, you should try it yourself.



Hope you're near the telly this weekend Balz !
Whoops sorry didn't mean to insult anyone, I appreciated your help. As mentioned I found some manuals to have had inaccurate info in the past, this is my first experience with MV. I did appreciate your help.
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No worries mate, hope you find what you need.

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