countershaft sprocket cover
gpz1100abs at gmail.com
Mon Sep 16 00:14:28 PDT 2013
There is a total of 6 bolts holding that cover. The lowest is just next
to the gear shaft and can easily be overlooked. One of the 6 is the
lowest of the 3 bolts holding the clutch cylinder. Don't forget to
remove that one, but you can leave the two other bolts and clutch
cylinder in place. The flexibility in the pipe will allow you to move
the cover out of the way enough to get access to the sprocket. As the
others already wrote some tapping, wriggling, swearing etc. is required
to get the cover loose :)
'96 "Black Stealth" GPZ
Den 15-09-2013 23:00, Art Johnson skrev:
> 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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