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Old 11-15-2012, 07:13 AM   #1335
mergatroyd
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Originally Posted by cms81586 View Post
The bike is still on the road now. One of the rollers on the chain is missing (discovered upon inspection when determining to replace the sprockets). Problem is I need to use my stand to do any work and I have to pick up a torque wrench as well. Single sided swingarms are sexy to look at...shitty to work on. Probably looking at doing it not this weekend but next weekend some time.

Chris
On the Duc SSS it is not strictly necessary to lift the rear wheel for sprocket changes. Of course, I have a monster air wrench...

I can bring the chain tool to work tomorrow and meet you somewhere close by, but AZ-Twin has a better solution if you are going to rivet the master.

Did you get a quick change?
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