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Problem with the cap from the oil bath

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The cap from the oil bath cracked!

Can enyone tell me to what newtons should I tighten up the screw from the oil bath ( Is 29 enough?)
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Re: Problem with the cap from the oil bath

You'll have to clarify.
By oil bath do you mean the sump?
If so, do you mean the sump plug in the bottom of the sump for draining it or the filler cap?
The sump plug specifies 29Nm or 22ft/lbs.
What do you mean by cracked exactly?
Do you mean the thread stripped from the hole?

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Re: Problem with the cap from the oil bath

Thanks a lot!

This helps! The sump plug is just before the rear wheel, imagine leaking oil right on the rear tire.
My friend tried to help me with changing the oil and tighten up the screw, but witout the washer. It craked on both sides of the hole.

Yes the hole from the bottom of the sump for draining the oil.

Sorry I am not that good with the bike's terminology!

I bought another one from a second hand shop.
Is good knowing that someone can help.



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