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    70 hour service question

    Hey guys, I don't have my service manual with me and just want some help with identifying the main items on the second service for the wolverine rspec? Other then oil and filter, what are the other big items for this service? And it's suppose to be completed around seventy hours correct? Thanks all, Rock on!
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    75 hrs.
    Spark plug condition
    Air induction system. Check reed valve and hose for damage. (Disregard if you blocked the AIS)
    Check brakes
    Free play in accelerator pedal
    Check park brake
    Steering system - check looseness and toe in
    Check all chassis fittings and fasteners

    That’s it all till 150 hrs
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    Always do the air filter of course. It is hands down the most important maintenance item there is.

    Sure can't hurt to grease everything that takes grease at every service interval. Be sure what you pump in is compatible with what Yamaha put in. Lithium soap base grease. The wrong stuff can make it all go bad and not work as designed.

    Tire pressure is important to check often too as having just a few pounds off can cause adverse handling you may not be used to or ready for if shagging through the rough stuff and it gets a little out of shape.
    Last edited by danielplace1962; 06-24-2019 at 08:45 AM.
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