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Can you guys check your drive belts looking from the rear of the bike and see if your belt rides EXACTLY in the center of the rear pully or rides to the left side of the rear drive pully?
 

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johneb48 said:
Can you guys check your drive belts looking from the rear of the bike and see if your belt rides EXACTLY in the center of the rear pully or rides to the left side of the rear drive pully?

On my 04 Heritage, it rides off center. 45000 on the clock and no problems.

Teu
 

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Just about every one I've looked at since rear belts were introduced run to the outside when going forward and move to the inside if you back the bike up.
 

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Ed Y said:
Just about everyone I've looked at since rear belts were introduced run to the outside when going forward and move to the inside if you back the bike up.
Exactly what he said. Well "every one", instead of "everyone", because everyone refers to people, not things. Other than that... yep.
 

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ChopperDude said:
Exactly what he said. Well "every one", instead of "everyone", because everyone refers to people, not things. Other than that... yep.
Oh boy, you couldn't let this one get past the spell checker.......
I'll watch my spelling/choice of words/punctuation/ etc. from now on:roflback:
 

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One of the HD training courses available must include a "spellchecker"? :)
 

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Ed Y said:
One of the HD training courses available must include a "spellchecker"? :)
Most do Ed but not everyone has every one. Or would that be, every one has everyone. Or would that be, every one HAVE every one. I'm confused, fuk it.
 

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Dudes...

You're way too uptight. I included that "correction" more as a tongue-in-cheek addition to my response, rather than trying to correct that guy for what he was saying.

However, I do notice he took the time to edit his post. hee hee
 

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ChopperDude said:
Dudes...

You're way too uptight. I included that "correction" more as a tongue-in-cheek addition to my response, rather than trying to correct that guy for what he was saying.

However, I do notice he took the time to edit his post. hee hee

Tongue in cheek here too...... How about those hyphens? :harhar:
 

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I caught the tongue-in-cheek tone. Just did the editing to see if you were paying attention.
 

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Tongue in cheek here too...... How about those hyphens? :harhar:

Go to google.com, and type in "tongue in cheek" without the hyphens. Believe you'll find that the dictionary type references DO call it "tongue-in-cheek". WITH the hyphens.

Nice try, but you'll have to do much better than that. :rolleyes:
 

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Webster's (mine anyway) lists it as:

tongue-in-cheek as an adjective
tongue in cheek as an adverb

Bottom line is "WHO REALLY CARES" :laugh:
 
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