Originally Posted by One Less Harley
It maybe a little harder w/o specialty tools, but can be done. The hardest part was removing the big ring gear bearing, then making the my cheap inside bearing puller fit the race inside the housing.
/2 is looking good.
Thanks mayne. Do you need the puller to get that big bearing out or would heat make it drop like the older models? I'm curious on this part because when the /2 is done, I'll be doing at least a full teardown, inspect, assemble type job on the GS and I suspect new seals for the final drive will be part of it.