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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-24-2009, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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front sprocket cover question

im wanting to change my front and rear but i noticed its a little different than my cbr was.Im guessing i have to put the clutch stuff along with the cover and it looks like there is a gasket there in between.I just want to know the best way to do it.Fear of the unknow i guess you might say.
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I PM'd you a synopsis of the removal process.
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could you pm that to me also?
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Do not touch that clutch lever while the cover or slave cylinder is removed.
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I zip tie the clutch lever back to the bar before removing the slave cylinder so my buddy who can't help but squeeze levers that don't need to be squeezed can't work his magic.
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