I remembered reading in Dirt Bike magazine that removing the rear sprocket bolts is next to impossible, and boy they weren't kidding !! I have the correct size hex head socket and box wrench for the bolt and I still rounded the hell out of the nut !!! How the heck do you guys get these bolts out ? I didn't want to screw up the hub on a new bike, so I just took the wheel to a local shop who had the bolts out in 5 minutes. I hate not being able to work on the bike myself, especially when the shop charged me $10 for the 5 minutes of work. When installing the new sprocket do you use any kind of lock-tite ? The manual calls for lock-tite on the brake rotor but not on the drive sprocket ?? The torque specs on these bolts are only 30 lbs, so why the heck are they so impossible to remove ? ------------------ Matt W 00 YZ426F 94 YZ 250 http://www.mattwilliard.com "Don't worry about me, how's my bike ?"