No quick change...just a stock carrier sprocket. $400 on final drive parts was plenty enough this time around (and for as often as sprockets get changed). Another $170 wouldn't have passed the sniff test with the wife for something I don't need and likely won't use. Hold off on the rivet tool for now...I'm going to wait for the sprocket to come in first. I can always ride the bike to AZ-Twin's place and have the wife follow with the stand in the car since I moved to SV last week and I'm a lot closer. As you mentioned...not necessary...but from what I'm reading a whole lot easier.
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