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    Posted: 24 May 2016 at 19:13
Hi all, 

I'm new to this Falco lark so please go gentle. Cleaning the chain the other day and noticed I can move the rear sprocket back and forth about 1-2 mm , no side to side play. Is this normal or do I need to replace the cush drives ? 

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Not sure about the movement but I believe some recommend changing them whenever chain and sprockets are done as a matter if course. If you get the part number let me know mine definitely need doing. Oh and change the sidestand the front sprocket to 15t and if its the blue shock swap it
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Did you check if the nuts are loose common issue


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My nuts are always ....
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any movement on the rear sprocket does not sound good 
lots of force being pushed through it 
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Thanks all, I will get the sprocket checked out asap.

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Well, that was easy, took me a while to get a 32mm socket , then wheel off and found the allen head bolts that hold the cush drive on were loose, tightened them. 
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