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Re: Spark plug advice

One thing I find odd about these bikes is the drive shaft install.  As 
you know,  with two U-joints in the shaft, the uneven shaft pulsing of 
one U-joint cancels out the other.  This is dependent on the two joints 
being in line with each other on the splines.  When the drive shaft is 
assembled, there is no keying system to insure proper U-joint phasing.  
I would have thought they would put a key, or one offset spline to 
insure proper phasing.  If you get a drive line vibration, this is one 
place to look for it.  The two U-joints should line up with each other.

Tom.  Are you saying your shaft was not properly assembled from the 

Bob Hadden '05R12GS, '62R27

On Mar 14, 2005, at 1:10 PM, Tpcutter@xxxxxxx wrote:
> Ben-
> <snip>
> The final cure for all the  problems was to replace the driveshaft, 
> <snip>
> Tom Cutter
> Yardley,  PA
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