Originally Posted by Krono
Removed the spark plug too, because i was unable to unscrew the crankshaft hole cap
I have found that if you use a flat washer for a 1/2" bolt, (at least that's the size that works on my XT 550, YMMV) or any size that fits snugly in the slot, you can clamp it in a vise grip and easily turn it out. Plus, it won't "cam out", raising burrs on the screw. Another tool they could cram into the toolkit for this bike
. Note in my sig, I have the original version of this bike. 40 years on and only 3 more HP and 6 fewer pounds
. I would still like to have one though.
I also like Sanford and Son but, since I am not a junk dealer in 1970's Watts, I find it hard to criticize his methods.
'83 XT 550
'78 XL 350
'73 XL 250
'72 XL 250 (Needs "assembly")