wow that is so much easier to sort out than on the gladius took all of 2 mins.
Already had the big metric socket for previous bikes. OK, another question for anyone......I have read that swing-arm alignment marks are not always accurate on some bikes. Does anyone have reason to doubt the accuracy of the marks on our Suzukis? If the marks are not perfectly accurate, are they close enough for most riders? I understand that the laser alignment method is the best and I would assume that the factory used laser alignment went assembling the bike, but I may be wrong. When I made the first chain slack adjustment on my bike, I noticed that the factory settings of the axle adjusters did not align exactly the same on each side. That being said, the question is, was it improperly aligned from the factory or are the alignment marks on the swing-arm inaccurate?the alignment marks and then eye balling it too 36mm socket is also massive
I try to avoid the dealers touching my bike.Hi Guys ,
I had my bike serviced twice now by the dealer , who only adjusts alignment by swing arm marks . I can tell you that while am sure machine tolerances are much better these days , I hate riding my bike now as the front handle bars slightly wobble , and pulls the the right constantly . While conering the back end feels like it is crabbing and thus not the safest feeling in the world .
Dealer doesn't care as they are following the manual , and no where here does laser alignment .