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Old Jul 18th 2017, 08:13 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by rrgermanlv View Post
JT!!!! Sprocket model JTA761-38 (7075-T6) and carrier is JT too but model nowhere to be found

Anybody interested in buying it? It wiggles and won't fail on you! I've had it for about 5-6k miles! Lol
Dont you dare, lol.....some retard will take it for free and try to "adapt" it to their bike.

Make it a ashtray or something.

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Old Jul 18th 2017, 09:00 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by NOLA View Post
Dont you dare, lol.....some retard will take it for free and try to "adapt" it to their bike.

Make it a ashtray or something.

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Hahaha yea, I won't do that to anybody.. I was joking..... hmm ashtray! that's a good idea!

But, in all seriousness.. how bad is that JT brand? the conversion is about $130ish apparently.... mine obviously had a wiggle/play but maybe it was defective? I cleaned it just to see if I could find any flaws and that thing looks brand new

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Old Jul 19th 2017, 01:48 AM   #33
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Which bike do you have 1199 or 1299 ?
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Old Jul 19th 2017, 01:57 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by rrgermanlv View Post
JT!!!! Sprocket model JTA761-38 (7075-T6) and carrier is JT too but model nowhere to be found

Anybody interested in buying it? It wiggles and won't fail on you! I've had it for about 5-6k miles! Lol

I would take it back to where you got it fitted and make sure they put the correct carrier on. the carrier for the 1198 etc is different to the 1199 series

check this link, the carrier needs to be 770B model.

JT Sprockets: Catalogue

I doubt there is anything wrong or funky about it. More likely just the wrong part for your bike.
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Old Jul 19th 2017, 07:53 AM   #35
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Originally Posted by bradp51 View Post
I would take it back to where you got it fitted and make sure they put the correct carrier on. the carrier for the 1198 etc is different to the 1199 series

check this link, the carrier needs to be 770B model.

JT Sprockets: Catalogue

I doubt there is anything wrong or funky about it. More likely just the wrong part for your bike.
2013 1199 base / ABS, the carrier looks exactly like that one (on their website they have a picture of another one that has holes, but mine is exactly like the one you are showing)

I unbolted the carrier/sprocket nuts and also my OEM flange/cover crush drive nuts and put everything back to specs... problem persisted.


The flange/cover sits pretty much flush with the carrier and sprocket but as soon as I put them back thru the shaft something happens that causes the wiggle, even if I torque down the outer nut to 230nm. Something is not right but I just can't understand why. There's gotta be a part that's not compatible with my bike and its like 1-2 mm thicker? I dont know.. it's weird

Unless my crush drives are bad? I dont think so, they look ok to me

I guess I will find out today as soon as I get the OEM sprocket in the mail and install it... there should be NO play... I will update the post with the results

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Old Jul 19th 2017, 09:20 PM   #36
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OEM sprocket installed and no more play... Everything torqued down to specs and chain cleaned, lubed and adjusted. Still need to clean the swing arm but I will do that after I go for a ride tomorrow, I am sure it will splash some chain lube.

Can't go for a ride yet to see if I feel any difference because I still need to wait 24hrs for the loctite to dry (cush driver thread/nut)

I found a new use for that conversion. "Wall art":


Thank you guys for all the replies and feedback..!

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Old Jul 20th 2017, 06:12 PM   #37
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Sooooooooooooooooooo.......

Post #4 was correct then.

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Negative. The flange and the sprocket carrier should be a tight fit regardless is there are any cush drive pins in the drive assembly at all. You are again comparing apples to oranges when you are talking about the factory integrated drive. The fact remains that there was way too much play in the integration of that funky aftermarket carrier and the stock flange. However Nola if you want to be right, then I am sure we are all good with it.
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I would be more than happy to mock up both the factory drive and an aftermarket 3 piece so that you can get a grasp on the mechanics if that would help
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If he completely removed those 6 12 point nut that sprocket right now would not have play in it. The cush drive pins are just that, drive pins..
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