countershaft sprocket cover
drewblanchard at gmavt.net
Sun Sep 15 15:40:03 PDT 2013
I had to tap (repeatedly and gently) on the sprocket cover to get it to
finally release. Also pulled *quite *firmly whilst tapping. Eventually,
one side began to break loose. Much wiggling, pulling, and swearing later
(hey! That sounds a bit like my experiences at high school dances!) the
sprocket cover came loose.
Leave the clutch cylinder in place.
Drew in VT
On Sun, Sep 15, 2013 at 5:00 PM, Art Johnson <art-j at shaw.ca> wrote:
> any tricks to getting this off?
> remove clutch cylinder or leave on?
> its almost off, something holding it back.
> want to replace front sprocket and chain
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