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Old Feb 10, 2011, 10:05 AM
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Originally Posted by FuzzyWuzzyBear View Post
Unfortunately, I cannot remove the driveshaft from the bike completely to try your method. On the other end of the shaft, where the spur gear is, the metal bearing inside the chain tensioner will also not come past its respective flatspot on the driveshaft, making the whole assembly stuck inside the body.

Edit: Just got that bearing free with WD-40. Now for the sprocket...
if you plan on getting the up grade stuff just cut or melt the tensioner housing i suppose.
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