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CHANGE DRIVE BELT . HOW DO YOU ACCESS THAT INSIDE SPROCKET

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You have to disassemble the entire primary system. Disconnect battery. Pull the outer primary cover, drain the oil first. Remove the engine sprocket nut (165 ft. lbs. torque) remove clutch assembley (left handed nut) and primary chain. Remove starter. Remove the inner primary.

Remove rear brake caliper. Remove rear wheel. Remove swingarm from frame.

This is a major job. It requires a torque wrench that will torque in the left handed direction and must have a range of 60 to 150 foot pounds.

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