My Royal Enfield Chain Sprocket, Brake Shoes, Wheel Bearings Replacement Cost

RE Thunderbird Twinspark Chain Sprocket, Brake Shoes and Wheel Bearings

At 36,400 km almost at the end of last year, I visited Manmohan Motors at Mohali (Punjab) because of a brake and chain issue existing in my Royal Enfield Thunderbird Twinspark motorcycle. After the inspection of the motorcycle, I was advised by the head mechanic to replace the Chain Sprocket because of worn teeth and Rear Brake Shoes as well as to be safe during the long tours.

Yes, there was a huge noise the moment I applied the rear brake, and it was not applied properly as well.

Regarding the Chain Sprocket, it is not the first time I am replacing it. If I remember correctly it is the second time and regarding the Brake Shoes yes, I have replaced them a few times before.

The mechanic suggested upon query – one should replace Chain Sprocket around 15,000 km or as per requirement.

I also suggested head mechanic check the wheel ball bearings and any other existing issues in around the wheels or anywhere. Many times I drive continuously for 10 hours.

Wheel bearings should be replaced around 10,000 km or as per requirement – suggested mechanic.

Below are the parts replacement (with cost in rupees) done by the head mechanic in two days because of the busy station.

Chain and Sprocket Kit – 1667

Brake Shoes with Shorte – 238 (119 x 2)

Brake Spring – 12 (6 x 2)

Cush Rubber – 164 (41 x 4)

Sealed Ball Bearing – 584 (146 x 4)

Nut, Brake Road M8 – 19

Neutral Switch – 112

Total Amount including Labour (Rs. 300) and service tax I paid – Rs. 3133/-.

Thank you, Royal Enfield. Till-date I am proud of your services and product as well.