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Post  stan evans on Wed Feb 18, 2009 8:28 pm

ok, i got the tire now i have to wait till this week end to change it over. my question is, are there any gasket on the exhaust and do they have to be replaced . let me tell you i've had so many people tell me this past week that it can't be done. so i just direct them to this site, and show them some vid's on you tube. the local tire store guy just thinks i'm nuts. can't wait till it's done so i can just go show'em.

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Post  nodakbassmaster on Wed Feb 18, 2009 8:55 pm

exhaust does not have to come off for a tire change, FYI.... if you want to remove or have to for whatever other reason there is a gasket under both parts that bolt to the head. They are not expensive, couple bucks each or so I think. It's recommended to replace them everytime since they are crush gaskets, but some say they didn't and don't have any problems...

if you want some instructions, bareasschoppers.com should have a write-up for both the tire and exhaust (I think) on his website.

Good luck and take your time, the N fender is a little trickier than my old F fender was! (clearance)

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Post  jedishon on Wed Feb 18, 2009 9:09 pm

I had to pull the exhaust on my 1300R to get at the axel bolt. Here are numbers for the crush gaskets.
Exhaust Crush Gasket:
Napa/Victor: F12329orF7283
Walker: 31396
Maremont: G184
Marwill: G647B
Midas: EN1837(New521817)
Imco: 124647
Fel Pro 60569

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Post  nodakbassmaster on Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:55 pm

guess it might depend on what exhaust you have? Dropping the swingarm by disconnecting the shocks might help, I also have just loosened up the rear moutn bracket and been able to flex the exhaust slightly enough for clearance...

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