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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 03-09-2014, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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Followed the advice here on the forum and replaced my bolt even though my second hand Burgman only has 4000 miles on it. I was very surprised at the amount of wear that the bolt has on it.

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I changed out mine twice in 34,000 miles in my '04 and it looked much like yours. I haven't checked my '12 yet in 17000 miles but should next time I change oil. I had understood that the '12's didn't need changing as often. Should check it to find out I guess.

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Followed the advice here on the forum and replaced my bolt even though my second hand Burgman only has 4000 miles on it. I was very surprised at the amount of wear that the bolt has on it.
WOW ! ! ! You not mention what year your burgie, new replacement bolt # 21748-10G10 that fit 2002 to 2009 is harder, read on couple of site in Europe it recommend you re-torque to 26 lb/ft torque every 1600-1800 mile and when perform oil change, change every 8000 - 9000 mile or so if it have more than small nick on bolt. They very inexpensive from Partzilla and few other on line store.

What all that brown stuff on bolt it look like it burn or something.

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I changed out mine twice in 34,000 miles in my '04 and it looked much like yours. I haven't checked my '12 yet in 17000 miles but should next time I change oil. I had understood that the '12's didn't need changing as often. Should check it to find out I guess.
Bolt on 2012 is 2 or 2.2 ml longer than previous and bolt seat in pulley rework as well by Suzuki, please advise how it look when you check it. 2-3 photo would be good.

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My scoot is a 2008 model. Don"t know what the burnt stuff is but it comes off if I scrape it with a tissue.
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Bolt on 2012 is 2 or 2.2 ml longer than previous and bolt seat in pulley rework as well by Suzuki, please advise how it look when you check it. 2-3 photo would be good.
Pulled mine today while I had the scoot up on the lift and it looked much better then my '04 ever did. No sharp edges or nicks. There is one wear spot on it (top photo) so I'll change it out in the next 10,000 miles or so. Notice the slight discoloration. It cleaned up good. Sorry I ran out of daylight when I finished up.






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I changed mine at 9,000 and change and it had a couple good nicks in it. It is something I will definitely continue to monitor. It is nice that it is in an easy place to check it BUT it would be even better if Suzuki came out and really explained and put a service plan together for this. I am hoping my CVT last a a long time. I am not sure what else I can do to make sure that happens.
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Pulled mine today while I had the scoot up on the lift and it looked much better then my '04 ever did. No sharp edges or nicks. There is one wear spot on it.
That's because the newer primary adjuster (2010-up unless it was replaced with the newer assembly like my '03) end does not have a groove for the shield the way the earlier models did. The old one is below. The newer one they moved the shield groove up so it doesn't intersect the notch for the stopper bolt and made it deeper by 2mm.

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I didn't feel like ordering them, so I went to the hardware store and bought some class 8.8 bolts of the appropriate size and turned them to stopper bolt configuration. I increased the tip diameter .004" and increased the length .010"

Cost a buck and some play time at the lathe each.

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I didn't feel like ordering them, so I went to the hardware store and bought some class 8.8 bolts of the appropriate size and turned them to stopper bolt configuration. I increased the tip diameter .004" and increased the length .010"

Cost a buck and some play time at the lathe each.
Looks awesome just hope it's not too hard and wears the adjuster end rather than the bolt. Stock they wear a little of both as shown in the photo.

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