I've just installed and new set of sprockets on my 95 XR600R and after installing the countersprocket I notice there is quite a bit of play on it on the shaft. (Not the shaft itself, it feels rock-solid). I've bolted on the 'retaining plate' (not sure what it's really called) and I can wiggle the sprocket some. Is this normal? I thought about installing a spacer/washer between the sprocket and plate to take up the slack but not sure if that would work anyway. I guess I don't understand why they would'nt use a big bolt you can torque down the sprocket with. This is way my old KLR650 used to be. Sure, it was a bit of a pain to loosen and remove, but you certainly knew that sucker was on there tight! Is Honda's method just so you can do quick countersprocket changes?