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post #1 of 13 Old 08-07-2008, 04:00 PM Thread Starter
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here is the deal i took my bike to this guy locally to install my new gears and chain i was referred to him by a friend of mine he did his gsxr 1000 gears the guy called me today saying he needed a special tool to take off the front sprocket and it can only be ordered through kawasaki does that makes sense or does he not know what the hell he's doing my friends gsxr that he worked on came out great i have been doing reseach on here about changing gears because i was going to do it myself and no 1 mentioned a special tool

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here is the deal i took my bike to this guy locally to install my new gears and chain i was referred to him by a friend of mine he did his gsxr 1000 gears the guy called me today saying he needed a special tool to take off the front sprocket and it can only be ordered through kawasaki does that makes sense or does he not know what the hell he's doing my friends gsxr that he worked on came out great i have been doing reseach on here about changing gears because i was going to do it myself and no 1 mentioned a special tool
All you need is an impact wrench and you have to bend the washer over before you try and remove the nut...WTF

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thats what i thought

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just called him now he said he went to get the right socket and he's going to see if it works instead of trying to go get the right socket from the beginnig he put the bike back together so now he has to take the bike back apart

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oh oh best run and get that thing, so easy a cave man can do it.
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Get your bike back while you can lol.....its a gubby one of those guys that says he works on bikes just to be mr kool lol
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All you need is an impact wrench and you have to bend the washer over before you try and remove the nut...WTF
a key is getting the washer flat, flat and flatter before hitting it with the impact and proper fitting socket, hence nothing special about this job.

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he just called and said the bike is ready guess he figured out it wasnt that hard with the right tools im going to ride it home and i will let you guys know how it goes thanks again

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