Air Guy ??
Originally Posted by Capp
CS torque is 60nm/44lb ft of torque. Primary gear is not the CS.
I have an air compressor and for many years have simply used my impact driver to quickly spin off the Front Sprocket retainer bolt and washer. I change front sprockets often and especially on my 500. Make sure new sprocket and washer are properly aligned (yes you can screw this up) and hammer away until I hear the sound change. I have no clue what the actual torque is.
Not that I am going to change after 40 years but other than the obvious "over-torque induced metal failure" why is this a bad thing
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