Timing Chain



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  • vincegatcore.com

Posted August 21, 2001 - 02:33 AM

#1

I am currently insde my motor (help!!)
and want to know how difficult it is to replace my timing chain?

can it be removed without spliting cases?

I'm doin a top end, and noticed a kink in my timing chain.

p.s. NO I am not being lazy, a stray cat got in my shed and pissed all over my manual. :)
I cant even get near it without gaging. :D

feel free to laugh at my expense all my friends have.

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  • MN_Kevin

Posted August 21, 2001 - 04:18 AM

#2

Vince,
You will have to pull the flywheel. You will need a flywheel puller and some way to hold the flywheel stationary, either a flywheel holder or a strap wrench OR you may be able to do it by putting the bike in first gear, and have someone hold the rear brake on.

A stray cat once pissed on my [cloth] pouch for my wrenches, while my tools rested peacefully in my garage. That is one kind of cologne I wouldn't wear, cat piss! Nasty $h*t.

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  • tjbm03

Posted August 21, 2001 - 05:14 AM

#3

Its possible,but not easy.
You have to bend the plastic chainguide away.
I don´t realy remember how I did, but its possible...




 
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