SSS sure look sexy tho.
And it looks nice
After 10,000km my rearwheel bearing had too much play, so it seems there's a lot of stress there...
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- You can remove the rear wheel without pulling an axle
- You can remove the rear lugs without a specialized (oversized) socket
- The torque required on the 5 lugs is significantly less than on a single large axle
- When adjusting the chain you don't have to align an axle to two sides of a swingarm, in fact, you don't even have to loosen an axle nut or any lugs or do any alignment at all. Just loosen a pinch bolt, move the wheel slightly on a cam, tighten the pinch bolt. Done. This is how my VFRs worked, I assume this has a similar design. Owning a bike with a chain can be a pain, but if you're going to having a SSS is the way to go.
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