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    Wobbly Rear Sprocket 1999 RS125...

    Hi All,

    I hope someone out there can assist me with this query please. I just bought a 1999 RS125 and after 3 months of riding I noticed the rear sprocket has a little bit of side play in it. The sprocket is firmly secured to the four bolts that hold it on but still has the movement. I have seen a few other messages relating to this but I couldnt find anyone that had sorted it. I am just a bit worried about the chain giving way at high revs.

    Any help or experience of this would be much appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Gup

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    Investigate the sprocket carrier and Cush drive...wheel out job

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    You need to service the rubber coupling which may need replacing. The crown holder may simply be loose due to the the rear axle not being set tightened properly so that needs to be checked out before you ride it any more.

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