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    Wink White Front Pulley explained

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    The Smoaks give an explanation of the White Front pulley in his latest video.

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    Good info. Getting mine on this week (early '21 RT) along with the idler. Interesting the location for the idler on the S2S is different location that stock instructions. Too bad we can't hear these things straight from the engineers but obviously they've made some discoveries as to the noise and vibration.

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    bikerchris1270, I'm looking to replace the front sprocket on 2015 F3, can you please advise as to where I can find the front sprocket, cannot find the part number on BRP website. Thanks in advance...Clint
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    Quote Originally Posted by stovebolt_six View Post
    bikerchris1270, I'm looking to replace the front sprocket on 2015 F3, can you please advise as to where I can find the front sprocket, cannot find the part number on BRP website. Thanks in advance...Clint
    The white pulley is an updated part......it supersedes the prior pulley. So, look at the Can Am parts catalog for the front pulley and bolt.You can also check your local dealer for assistance.
    This is for my 2019 F3L 1330
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    www.cheapcycleparts.com is where I bought my white one
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    Just got my white pulley added to my early '21 RT along with the Lamonster idler. Not sure which had the most affect but the bike is definitely quieter. Now looking at Q5 for front tires. Bike doesn't pull to side but seems bumpy on the front end and seems to cause mirror to shake a bit even after the dealer did the mirror fix. 1,000 miles on it now.

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    I am getting ready to install my new General rear tire, and thought I should check for the "red dust" if I am going to be pulling the rear tire. So I stuck my phone up there and took a picture. No "red dust"! I bought some Liqui Moly 20216 LM 48 Assembly Paste. As long as I am taking things apart I am thinking of cleaning up the OEM pulley and apply the assembly paste. Is it ok to apply loctite to the OEM bolt and reuse it as long as I am not ordering a new pulley? Went through the service manual twice but did not see the torque spec for the front pulley bolt. On edit: Found a post that said 92 ft lbs for the sprocket bolt.

    Spyder has 9922 miles. So I have put about 4500 since purchasing it the end of October 2020. All just day trips in the Phoenix East Valley. Chris
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    Thanks guys, I did find it, will be ordering soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoking1127 View Post
    I am getting ready to install my new General rear tire, and thought I should check for the "red dust" if I am going to be pulling the rear tire. So I stuck my phone up there and took a picture. No "red dust"! I bought some Liqui Moly 20216 LM 48 Assembly Paste. As long as I am taking things apart I am thinking of cleaning up the OEM pulley and apply the assembly paste. Is it ok to apply loctite to the OEM bolt and reuse it as long as I am not ordering a new pulley? Went through the service manual twice but did not see the torque spec for the front pulley bolt. On edit: Found a post that said 92 ft lbs for the sprocket bolt.

    Spyder has 9922 miles. So I have put about 4500 since purchasing it the end of October 2020. All just day trips in the Phoenix East Valley. Chris
    Technically the bolt for the front sprocket is a one time use item. Could you reuse it? Probably.

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    I wouldn't be afraid to use blue Loctite on it and reuse.....my two cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pirate View Post
    Technically the bolt for the front sprocket is a one time use item. Could you reuse it? Probably.
    I looked up the max torque values for a bolt of the size and quality of the sprocket bolt and they were higher than those spec'd by BRP. BRP probably wants you change the bolt because of the thread locker they use even though my reading has indicated that the bolts can be reused and the locker will work. This is just what I read and is in no way a suggestion or advice that you do other than follow BRP guide lines.
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