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I'm trying to removal the rear sprocket, It has 6 6mm Allen head screws that won't budge! I did you guys get em off? Thanks

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andi heard that blow torching the bolts work, but try to unscrew the nuts, not the screws....just use the screws as the hold point....

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did you try turning the nuts on the back of the sprocket instead?

+1 thats what i ment as unscrew the nut and use the screw as a holding point

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+1 thats what i ment as unscrew the nut and use the screw as a holding point

+1 they will come right off, ohrwise you will strip the allenheads.

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actually i think it would be a +3, i said it, then he said it (which technically was a +1) then i said +1 to him, which was really +2ing myslef. then you +3'd it......SO ANYONE ELSE THAT IS GOING TO PLUS, THE NEXT IS A +4

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i cant really say anything... i managed to put my float on backwards and sit there wondering why it wasn't starting for about 30 mins:bonk:

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ha....kinda like me turning the gas off nd leaving it off. and wondering why it wouldn't start so i started checking carb and valves and my dad comes and says, is the gas on?

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its too bad my gas valve doesn't work... when taking of the carb i usually spill gas everywhere.

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i cant really say anything... i managed to put my float on backwards and sit there wondering why it wasn't starting for about 30 mins:bonk:

lol, I just read that post...🙂

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once i turned the gas off and rode it for about 3 mins with it bogging horrible and i went to the house to see what was wrong and it dies half way there and i pull the clutch in and coast all the way to the house and look down and the gas was off:bonk: 🙂 but i was really surprised that it ran with the gas off i guess there was enough gas in the float bowl:excuseme:

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How did you shorten the chain? I can't find a store on Planet Earth that carries a chain breaker. I've tried grinding it down and pin punching, nodda. This is nuts. Please let me know how you got that #$^@# pin out.

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