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on doing a bit of general maintenance i have discovered that there is play in the rear
sprocket carrier i can move the sprocket from side to side when i examined further
it seems that ether the cush rubbers are worn or the carrier they fit in is worn or is it
both the bike has only covered 5000 miles 910s should i be replacing rubbers or both rubbers and carrier
how is it worn like that with this mileage or is this play normal thoughts .
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Not sure of similarity of the design to the current crop of 800s but I've just changed mine after 5500 miles due to a couple of mm of radial play. Easy job and the parts were less than £10 which pleasantly surprised me. Looks like a service item then. Dealer at the time I discovered this (late last year) said that they weren't covered under the warranty.

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on doing a bit of general maintenance i have discovered that there is play in the rear
sprocket carrier i can move the sprocket from side to side when i examined further
it seems that ether the cush rubbers are worn or the carrier they fit in is worn or is it
both the bike has only covered 5000 miles 910s should i be replacing rubbers or both rubbers and carrier
how is it worn like that with this mileage or is this play normal thoughts .
You replace the cush drive rubbers only. http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/40-mot...drive-set.html You don't mention how much play ?
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You replace the cush drive rubbers only. http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/40-mot...drive-set.html You don't mention how much play ?
thanks Donsy there is about 1.5-2mm of play
have ordered rubbers from DC never saw that much play in my 910R AND IT HAD DONE 10500 MILES
before i had my accident .
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It's not always a mileage issue buddy, it could be a age issue, these bikes are not new anymore and some materials do break down naturally over time.

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It's not always a mileage issue buddy, it could be a age issue, these bikes are not new anymore and some materials do break down naturally over time.
thats just what i was thinking bike is 10 years old and has been stored for long periods
reckon the rubber has gone hard and is not as flexible .
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my 910R is an '08 coming up on 34,000miles
zero play, something else is wrong


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got my DC cush rubbers today.
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