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I fianlly got my new sprocket and chain. how the hell do i get the front sprocket off???? HELP :mad: :help:
 

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Make slack in chain by loosening 2 carrier bolts and turning out 2 adjustment bolts. Remove oem cover (2 bolts), bend tab away, loosen nut (32mm), remove nut and keeper washer. Then replace sprocket and reverse process.

In your case you'll throw the new chain on before readjusting and tightening down the carrier.
 

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when removing the 32 mm nut step on yur brake or stick a pipe in your rotor to keep it from turning. sometimes the first time is a bitch. use a grinder to grind down pins in chain there is no maste link on stock chain. good luck
 

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Good point jlraska. Whatever you do, don't put the bike in gear and use the resistance of the transmission to loosen the nut or tighten it.
 

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Thanks again hopefully i can get it too work! im sure it will u guys are always a awsome help! :thumbsup:
 

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:mad: i cut the chain a link to short!!!!! it wont make it!!! god dam :eek: haha should i just buy a new chain>?
 

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just add more master links man, it beats paying another 65 bucks :crazy:
 

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Complete!!! new sproket and Chain! Thanks for the help 8)
 

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just a quick how come, why shouldnt you use the resistance of the tranny to put on or take off the sprocket :3question:
 

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good call :thumbsup:
 
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