Re: PA50 sprocket and bearings... huh?

Silverfox Sullivan /
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I agree with joew. The shop does not know what they are doing or are being too lazy to search and find the parts.

I suggest that you go get the bike back. You will probably have to pay them for their troubleshooting time.

When you get it back post some questions to us so we can help you out. Get a shop manual so you can see how everything goes together.

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