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Old 10-25-2011, 11:13 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by themattreid View Post
Should note that, although the instructions from the OP do not mention this, I found it much easier to remove the canister after I took the chain off of the counter sprocket. Might help someone that is doing this after reading the thread.
I didn't have to, but I can see how that would make it easier. For that matter (I don't know if you had to mess with the back wheel to get the chain off) you could just remove the countershaft sprocket.
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