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To avoid the electrolysis,I have for many years now had a policy;no bolt installed without copper anti-seize.This includes auto wheel nuts that the OEM's say to install dry.I torque em,drive,check again.Never has a nut loosened.Rock On
I don't have a parts manual in front of me mate, but are you saying there's a split washer, aka, a spring washer? I've never seen one on CB750 forks, but if you're talking about a 550, you'll have to excuse my ignorance of the model. The 750's have a copper washer to seal the oil in. Cheers, Terry.
EDIT: there is suppose to be a copper washer there crispyduck...
How to remove a stripped allen bolt1. Hammer a torx (star) bit into the stripped allen bolt hole.2. turn (in short bursts...not constant pressure)3. drink
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