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Re: kawaszki wind 125 can not shiefting gear
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Diagnosing noises is hard enough when you are in the car or truck, but over the internet is nearly impossible. I suggest you have a local tire shop like Wheel Works drive this and see if it may be a brake or wheel bearing issue, they likely will do that for free.
Have you had your wheel bearings checked. With the front wheels straight, back up about 50 feet then pull forward about 50 feet. You will need to do this on level ground. Then from about 25 feet in front of and behind see if any of your wheels look like they are tilting in at the top. If so jack that wheel off the ground and see if it moves in and out at the top. If so its likley the wheel rubbing aginst the backing plate of your disk brakes. Let me know what you find
have tires checked and rebalanced --if rotors were cut have rechecked if new than need to check the cv axles one of the axles possible going bad-- also steering components worn or loose --also bad shock or ball joints
A warped brake disk or loose disk can cause a shimmy or "pulsing" in the front wheel. Check by gently applying the front brake. Feel a pulse or hear the pads repeatedly rub then release? Obviously, the disk run-out can be checked with a dial gauge but most owners don't have one. Ignore the brakes for a moment and check the wheel, wheel cylinder and disk mountings. Are they tight? Are the wheel bearings solid, does the wheel have lateral play? Does the steering stem have any movement, i.e. bad or loose stem bearings? Low pads should not cause your problem. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
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KTM Torque settings
Collar screw, front wheel spindle Front axle nut 40Nm 30ft lbs
Brake Caliper front Brake Caliper front Loctite 243 2 19ft lbs
Brake Disk, front Brake disk front Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
Hi glen Replacing the disk is quite easy. Remove odometer cable, Disassembly front wheel, then screw out 6 bolts of disk. Replace disk+ fix it with bolts. Before you put back front wheel replace the old brake pads. because the new disk will be thicker, and you will be not able to slide it beetween brake pads. Replacing the brake pads- its better to see..Here is the manual:
It could be a number of things. First check your brakes for any rocks or excessive dirt. Second, check to make sure you are not in need of new brake pads. Brake pads are equipped with a tab that starts making noise when its time to replace your brakes. Third, have the bearing checked. Once the bearing get excessively worn they will start making a squeaky sound. Also have the shocks checked. the bushing worn out in shocks can also cause the noise. The best bet is to have your local mechanic inspect your front end for any wear. Once he does this, he can compile a list of parts that need replaced. Then you can replace or fix it yourself.