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post #1 of 13 Old 07-26-2013, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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Front sprocket removal 919

How the hell do you get this thing off left-hand thread right-hand thread bikes in gear still can't get it to break loose any help greatly appreciated respond as soon as possible thank you

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post #3 of 13 Old 07-26-2013, 06:39 PM
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post #4 of 13 Old 07-26-2013, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Don't have heat or an impact wrench gonna put the old chain back on use rear brake to hold it should have known to not take it off first weber's law


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Thanks for the quick reply guys my new chain and sprockets are supposed to be here next week haven't been riding as my chain was making a god awful grinding growling noise upon closer inspection my sprockets are starting to curl forward maybe I should have replaced everything last spring and not just the chain at least it was just a cheep Chinese $40 chain and it got me by for this long new Sunstar sprockets and a D.I.D. Chain on the way live and learn


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You can also use a broomstick thru the rear wheel to jam against the swimg arm. Easier than using the rear brake.

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Had to become a contortionist but holding the rear brake seem to work just fine thanks again guys


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yup i have always used the rear break to break that bolt loose... typically ill sit on the bike. with breaker bar in hand and foot on the rear break.

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Glad you got it off. I just held my rear brake and stepped on a the ratchet with my weight to break it loose.

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You can also use a broomstick thru the rear wheel to jam against the swimg arm. Easier than using the rear brake.
+1 works great

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Another front sprocket ? Ordered a Sunstar and its narrower than the one I removed I've read on here you have to shim it if loose on the shaft but both dealers I have called say there is no such thing where do I get them? The one I took off measures .68 the one I want to put back on is .58 or should I just throw it on and go with it?


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Another front sprocket ? Ordered a Sunstar and its narrower than the one I removed I've read on here you have to shim it if loose on the shaft but both dealers I have called say there is no such thing where do I get them? The one I took off measures .68 the one I want to put back on is .58 or should I just throw it on and go with it?


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All of the aftermarket sprockets I have used are narrower than OEM. They will move laterally on the splined shaft a bit. I haven't had any issues with it.

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