Question about 1987 Honda CBX 750 F
The front sprocket is on a tapered shaft so you must use a special tool called a gear puller once the large nut that retains it is removed, a friend will be needed or a 1/2" Drive Air Impact driver Gun (like tire shops use), if you don't have a driver then you will likely need a piece of pipe to aid in breaking the large nut loose that retains the front sprocket, this is where the friend comes in, he will need to hold the bike while you perform this difficult task, the nut will be a real bear to break loose. Once the nut is off you will likely need a gear puller to get the sprocket off the shaft, universal gear puller sets can be had at most auto parts stores and Sears of course. Before you put all of it back together make sure the parts are clean, use a new bend tab over nut retainer if the old one is damaged, if you are careful when you bend the tabs back you can use it again. Install the new sprocket and torque the nut to 90-95 foot pounds with a torque wrench and bend over the locking tabs.
Posted on May 25, 2011
To remove front sprocket, just put it in gear and turn it hard.For complete procedure.please click the link below:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/05/honda-cbx-750f-manual-and-how-to-remove.html ----------- This should help.thanks.helpmech.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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