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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The shaft is pretty easy to replace. Just remove the right side casing and then the clutch and then the shaft is pretty much ready to pull out the right side. The shaft can sometimes get bent on a fall. cut the shaft nearly flush with the casing if it is bent. The bigger problem you will likely face is a bent shift fork or two. That would require pulling the engine and splitting the center case to replace the forks. Unfortunately the chances that a fork or two has'nt been bent are pretty slim. The bike will not shift properly with bent forks.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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1. Be sure the guard assembly is securely attached to the gear case.
2. Put the backing flange onto the tool spindle
3. Place the depressed center wheel on the tool spindle as shown.
4. Thread the threaded clamp nut on tool spindle as shown.
5. Hold the tool spindle by engaging the spindle lock pin, and tighten clamp washer with wrench
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