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Countershaft sprocket?

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Does a 15 tooth countershaft sprocket fit an 01 426F without hitting the swingarm or the guard? Any info would be appreciated as soon as possible! lol.

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If you mean the plastic "don't stick your toe in the chain" guard, OK. But don't run the bike without the case saver in place. Trim it to fit the 15 if you have to, but make sure it's there.

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If you mean the plastic "don't stick your toe in the chain" guard, OK. But don't run the bike without the case saver in place. Trim it to fit the 15 if you have to, but make sure it's there.

Thats why I went back to the 13. There isnt much there to trim on the case saver and I wanted it there just in case.

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Thats why I went back to the 13. There isnt much there to trim on the case saver and I wanted it there just in case.

Don't trim back the actual case saver, just slot (elongate) the mounting holes for more clearance. :)

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If I decide to put my 15 back on, Im going to make a better case saver........one that would actually stop the chain from going through the case.

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