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Old 12-03-2012, 07:50 PM   #31
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Understood . The only rust I have is on the sprocket and shaft surface . None in the cover or case , just some black grime from the belt over time.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:00 PM   #32
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I had the same loose sprocket nut on my V92TC when I bought it this past spring. Beside using 262 (red) locktite on the nut,I also used one of the locktite retaining compounds (green - can't remember the number) on the splines between the shaft and pulley. Retaining compounds are designed to fill the space between parts such as where a bearing has wallowed out its housing. There was a fair amount of backlash from where the shaft had fretted away material from the pulley spline. My concern was that the nut only pulls the pulley onto the shaft. With increased backlash between the splines, it would be possible for alternating acceleration / deceleration to let the pulley begin to slip behind the nut - then it's back to square one again.

On a technical note, the red dust is the result of "fretting". Fretting occurs when two pieces of metal are able to move against each other while under pressure. Microscopic particles of metal are ripped from the surface and they quickly oxidize. Since the pulley is steel (iron) you are seeing tiny rust particles.

I've put about 3k miles on it since the fix and recently pulled the cover and that pulley is just a tight as new.
Good info here MH1! Got to get that number for the "green' goop.. hehe Thanks for the addition! No one likes to worry bout a loose pulley.


Looks like your about to be back up and running lawnstripper. I do hope that was the issue and that you get some weather to ride in to check it out...

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Old 12-03-2012, 08:28 PM   #33
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I believe I used 680. I'm out of town for a few days so I can't go out to my shop and check for sure. 680 is high strength and for larger gaps. If the pulley is still somewhat tight on the shaft then might use 609. It is much thinner.

There is lots of good info on the loctite web site. Here is a link to their catalog.

http://www.henkelna.com/us/content_d...inal545410.pdf

Go to page 120 to read about retaining compounds.


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Old 12-03-2012, 08:56 PM   #34
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Thanks guys , appreciate the help :thumbsup


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Old 12-03-2012, 09:18 PM   #35
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Lawnstriper, it sounds like your pulley is not nearly as far gone as mine was. So after this fix you should be in great shape. Ride it and enjoy! These are great bikes!

BTW, I believe that big nut is supposed to be 48mm but that is not a common metric size. I'm sure Victory would sell you one It's a good thing that 1-7/8" fits

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Old 12-03-2012, 09:26 PM   #36
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Yeah , I looked real close at it and can't see any indication it even moved . Splines seem to be snug fit . No backlash that I can see.
I believe it will be fine as soon as I get the tools to re-torque the nut. Already got the Loctite.


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Old 12-04-2012, 11:16 AM   #37
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Here are a couple pics in case someone else needs the info also
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Lawnstriper, it sounds like your pulley is not nearly as far gone as mine was. So after this fix you should be in great shape. Ride it and enjoy! These are great bikes!

BTW, I believe that big nut is supposed to be 48mm but that is not a common metric size. I'm sure Victory would sell you one It's a good thing that 1-7/8" fits

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I checked my socket. It's craftsman 1 7/8" 3/4 drive. Reduced to 1/2 for my torque wrench. Hope that helps. There are different positions you can put the retaining ring on to ensure it is snug clockwise against the nut. Looking for the all good report.
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I have an '04 TC that makes the same noise. The noise isn't constant though, it will do it in neutral if I rev the engine up to around 2800 rpm's, so it couldn't be the drive sprokett nut, right?
I reached up there and the nut isn't loose and there's no red dust. The bike has 12,500 miles on it and the last owner had a new belt installed at 7500. (It came off, so it probably was the nut).
I've read on here that the starter constantly turns on this engine, and it could be a starter bearing, but again, the noise isn't constant, only around 2800 rpm's.
Other than this noise, the bike runs fine.
Do any of you have the same noise on your V92tc? Could it just be something typical to this engine?
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I have an '04 TC that makes the same noise. The noise isn't constant though, it will do it in neutral if I rev the engine up to around 2800 rpm's, so it couldn't be the drive sprokett nut, right?
I reached up there and the nut isn't loose and there's no red dust. The bike has 12,500 miles on it and the last owner had a new belt installed at 7500. (It came off, so it probably was the nut).
I've read on here that the starter constantly turns on this engine, and it could be a starter bearing, but again, the noise isn't constant, only around 2800 rpm's.
Other than this noise, the bike runs fine.
Do any of you have the same noise on your V92tc? Could it just be something typical to this engine?
Hmm, nothing while in gear. What oil ya using just out of curiosity and you are changing it no greater than 4K or about right? Did it quiet down after last oil change??
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