1.The drive sprocket´s shaft was not tight anymore, so the seal was replaced. 2. The plastic swingarm bearings, that showed light play were replaced by the old rubber version that will work better, according to Flo.3. In addition he mounted a spacer sleeve between the foot peg mounts underneath the engine to prevent, in case of a laydown to the left side, the nut that holds the peg to be pushed into the engine case.4. Another tip: mount the rear axis vice versa. Every time it´s tightened it works itself into the mounting on the ride side. On the left side there is only the swingarm that seems to be more stable.Modified and tenderly cared about, Precious ran tame as a lamb back home the next day, under white blue, postcard-like Bavarian sky and 25°C. Almost too good to be true
That's the first thing I ever bought for my G5, right after the first chain adjustment.
Everything checked out ok but im puzzled about how putting the axle in the other way would make a difference except maybe tightening the axle nut could tighten the brake nut as it turned.
My UK G5 doesn't have the brake wear indicator. I think it's US specific.