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KRX came off the trailer yesterday. This afternoon I gave it a once over as follows:
1. Engine coolant in radiator and puke tank levels good
2. Brake fluid level good
3. Front diff fill cap was torqued to spec
4. Front diff oil level good, cap re-torqued
5. Engine oil level good
6. Transmission fill cap was torqued to spec
7. Transmission level good, cap re-torqued
8. All lugnuts and beadlock rings torqued to spec
9. Front tire psi good, rears were 3 lbs low
10. Battery connections tight
11. Put a dab of antisieze on the spark arrestor bolt
12. Seat belts function as designed
13. Shock compression was re-set to standard
14. Doors latch securely
15. All the lights function
16. Figured out the meter display
17. Pedal free play was good
18. Parking brake does it's thing
19. Traced proper placement of front diff vent hose
20. Inspected ball joint circular retaining clips
21. Had a cold one. Heat index is in the triple digits
What did I miss?
I noticed the front diff/trans filler caps & drain plugs are the same (27mm and 6mm hex). Nice touch.
Glad to be back to a wet sump motor.
 

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Two followup questions to the forum:
1. Did I really not see any grease zerks on the KRX? And there's no mention of having to grease anything in the owner's manual.
2. Has anyone switched to iridium plugs? They made a noticeable difference in my Yamaha.
 

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Thanks, Uturn. Two less things to wonder about.
 
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