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    Hi everyone.I bought a new hero rf70 abt 3 weeks ago.Bike performs very good compared to other models(has a bit of vibration issue though).So abt 3 day's ago i was checking the oil level of the bike and realized that the lower end of the gauge was missing.I rushed to the mechanic and he said that it's not a big problem it will settle down in some corner and not harm the engine.Today i was going some place and i realized that bike was getting really hot.So i rushed to the mechanic and told him to drain all the oil and open the side.I was surprised to see that the plastic had melted and was blocking the oil flow to the engine.Mechanic told me a few more kilometers like that and engine would have been seized.I hope this thread saves a few engines from seizing

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    It's a new bike frame cant be cracked yaar
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    Copy bikes usualy have Vibration issue specialy in mid & High RPM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by outlaw92 View Post
    It's a new bike frame cant be cracked yaar
    why not - have you personally seen the quality control.
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    i also faced the vibration issue but the axle in the middle lower portion of thr bike was the culprit, new axle cost me 35 and i replaced that in its initial days/mnths,,, i m not talking of wheels axles ,, the centre one ,,

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    its called swing arm centre bolt and not axle - it should be greased liberally first then tightened with rider weight on the bike so it can settle in its normal position and not be twisted all the time. The greasing helps it rotate and not sieze internally.

    The bike only has two axles each of which holds the wheel from the centre.
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    @asjdsm
    Thank's brother ur a life saver not only i got rid of the vibration issue but the bike is also a lot stable at high speeds.))))))
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    thanks xulfi .. but this the name a mechanic told me when i was to replace it ...
    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    its called swing arm centre bolt and not axle - it should be greased liberally first then tightened with rider weight on the bike so it can settle in its normal position and not be twisted all the time. The greasing helps it rotate and not sieze internally.

    The bike only has two axles each of which holds the wheel from the centre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    its called swing arm centre bolt and not axle - it should be greased liberally first then tightened with rider weight on the bike so it can settle in its normal position and not be twisted all the time. The greasing helps it rotate and not sieze internally.

    The bike only has two axles each of which holds the wheel from the centre.
    me having similar problem of vibration in my CD70 but i couldn't get which bolt we are talking abt here, is it one which mounts engine to backbone the one on which spring for brake lever is attached also or the one which mounts rear forks ( chimta ) to the backbone? or perhaps a pic might be helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahmood View Post
    me having similar problem of vibration in my CD70 but i couldn't get which bolt we are talking abt here, is it one which mounts engine to backbone the one on which spring for brake lever is attached also or the one which mounts rear forks ( chimta ) to the backbone? or perhaps a pic might be helpful
    Little things can Cause big problems -255873

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    the suspect is highlighted,,it cost me 35 rs a year back,, dont know whats its rate now, got from mohamdi autos pindi ,, janyeen honda

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    ^^ thanks bro, it couldn't be any better explained.

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    Got it for 35 rs frm mohammadi
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    Quote Originally Posted by outlaw92 View Post
    Got it for 35 rs frm mohammadi
    not only this but it was janyeen honda , fitted in yamha

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