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Hi Anonymous, well you can start by disconecting your battery negative cable, draining the primary and removing the cover. Bend back the lock tab on the jackshaft bolt and remove by holding the pinion gear. Next remove all cables and wires connected to the starter. Remove the two starter bolts. You may or may not have remove oil tank mounts to raise it a little to get the starter to come out. Take your time, be patient, and keep your eye on the details. Good luck

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