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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-30-2011, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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Brutale 750 Service

Hey guys and Girls,

It's been a while since I posted on here last, mainly due to there not being much riding where I am at the moment, but thats a whole other story.

Question for today is on a 750 Brutale, what are the service intervals???

Also I have forgotten how often you should change the rear hub bearings....wasn't it 10,000kms?

Also does anyone know where to get a tool to get the rear wheel off? I dont want to damage the nut that is on it, mainly due to it being about 130 euro to replace it.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-31-2011, 03:41 AM
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service intervals every 6000k`s, recommend checking hub bearings at each oil change (check out Mitch`s thread on hub bearings), sponsors on this site will be able to supply you with a socket, I carry mine everywhere
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Check ebay out for both a rear wheel socket and rear wheel nuts. They crop up from time to time. The last wheel nut I bought cost me about 15 secondhand. Re the sockets, you can get those cheap off ebay too, but I'd make sure I get a good quality one because you can easily damage the nut with an inferior one.


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service intervals every 6000k`s, recommend checking hub bearings at each oil change (check out Mitch`s thread on hub bearings), sponsors on this site will be able to supply you with a socket, I carry mine everywhere
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Check ebay out for both a rear wheel socket and rear wheel nuts. They crop up from time to time. The last wheel nut I bought cost me about 15 secondhand. Re the sockets, you can get those cheap off ebay too, but I'd make sure I get a good quality one because you can easily damage the nut with an inferior one.
I have replaced the rear bearings once before, I think it was about 2000km's ago, but I think its about time to get a service on the thing!

You guys reckon ebay for a socket?? I will have to keep an eye out. Thanks for getting back to me!

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just checked my socket,it`s from speedymoto its steel and 1/2" drive and has an inner socket to fit front axle on 1078 etc. Whatever one you get make sure it is tapered.
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