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Old 12-28-2012, 09:32 PM   #50702
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Originally Posted by mcma111 View Post
You may have to remove the mid pipe bolt to have enough movement for the clutch cover to come off. Remove the top banjo bolt and the pipe will be plenty loose. Be sure to keep track of the copper crush washers and which banjo bolt goes where. IIRC the black banjo bolt is on the bottom. It has a larger hole/passageway.
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You need to remove the small bolt that holds the oil pipe to the head also.
Leave the mid pipe bolt and pull the cover off about 1/2" to get the room to remove the lower banjo bolt completely from under the exhaust.
Assemble in reverse of dissasembly.
Remove the brake lever to have clear access, clean and grease the petal shaft upon re-assembly.

I am sure you have read about the O ring on the oil tube and the crank end seal.
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