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Old 11-16-2012, 03:52 PM   #13
Flyboy52219
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Hi All -

Dumb question in relation to this thread...sprocket cover removal. I wanted to do a thorough chain cleaning and was not able to remove the gear change rod to allow the sprocket cover to come off. Usually the clevis ends just pop off, but they seemed really snug and i didnt want to force it in case thats not the proper way to remove. Can anyone confirm if they just pry off or is there a special tool needed. Thanks in advance!
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