Originally Posted by Creative Engineering
A special tool is required to remove the sprocket. Apparently some of the kits come with this tool. None of mine have, so I made one prior to finding out that they can be bought for $8 this tool
Doh...2 hours on a lathe.
awesome thanks again for the help.... it did come with that tool! what would be the easiets way to remove the sprocket? is there any instruction to that sort? got to check also about the ball bearing, that mght be the sorce of the the clutch problem! im also going to check the local depot for a washer.. or possiable a auto store.. im not at home at the moment does any one have any idea what size should work?
thanks so much you guys have been very helpfull!