Question about 2004 Honda VT 600 CD Shadow
Hi there, I'm moving from VA to CO (26 hr - over two days) in my Jeep Cherokee 2000. I'll be towing my '04 Honda Shadow 600 with a towing cradle in a 5th wheel set-up. I'm planning on removing the chain from the rear sprocket to avoid damage to the transmission. I'd love thoughts on: 1. How to loosen the chain to remove it from the rear sprocket (I believe there is no master link in the chain) and 2. How to tie up the loose chain so it doesn't drag while in transit. Thanks!
The easiest thing is to remove the front sprocket cover then just slide the sprocket off the output shaft. Now no adjustments are needed to the wheel to get going again. Use wire or duct tape to hold the chain. DO NOT use twine or similar rope. They can come untied and / or stretch.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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