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Old 03-08-2007, 10:06 AM   #95
arrcrussell
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Location: NE OH, USA
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Originally Posted by BMW Atlanta
I am willing to bet that changing out the counter sprocket will be quite easy as most of my bikes I have to take the rear wheel loose anyway to get enough slack off the chain to remove the CS. So if you remove the rear wheel and then remove the swingarm pivot shaft, the swing arm will drop down and then there will be enough clearance to slip the CS off, install the new one and re-install swingarm and wheel and off you go. ...
I can change the CS on my bike in approx 10 minutes. I'd like to see you remove the rear wheel, swing arm pivot shaft, drop the swing arm, change the CS and re-install everyrhing in under an hour! Not familiar with the rear suspension of this bike but removal of a swing arm usually entails removing the rear shock too! Good luck!
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