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Old 07-08-2009, 09:02 PM   #1
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trying to replace my chain and sprocket on my gixxer 01.
how the do you take the front sprocket off?Got everthing else done but that...
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Old 07-08-2009, 09:04 PM   #2
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how about you make a thread with a title that actually serves a purpose next time.
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The hex locking nut(blot) comes off 1st, then the big bolt.
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you guys are so helpful but still funny

Google + "how to remove from sprocket + 2001 gsxr" =
http://www.gixxer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=86635
http://www.esportbike.com/forums/showthread.php?t=80238

or what fastchevy said
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trying to replace my chain and sprocket on my gixxer 01.
how the do you take the front sprocket off?Got everthing else done but that...
So the chain is off?
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So the chain is off?
+1 Wouldnt that make it impossible to take off if the chain is already off?

On my SV and 636 I left the chain on and had someone hold the back brake as I used a huge breaker bar to loosen the front sprocket nut
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+1 Wouldnt that make it impossible to take off if the chain is already off?

On my SV and 636 I left the chain on and had someone hold the back brake as I used a huge breaker bar to loosen the front sprocket nut
BINGO! Thats a good way to do it. Even better, wrap a steel bar in a towel and place it b/t the wheel and swingarm AND hold the rear brake.
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I replaced LunchBoxs chain and sprocket on his GSXR just fine without having to do all that. suzukis ARE just snapped together though.
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how about you make a thread with a title that actually serves a purpose next time.

then dont post anything thats not going to help...
the chain is off the bike..
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Old 07-08-2009, 09:45 PM   #12
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then dont post anything thats not going to help...
the chain is off the bike..
then your screwed. you should buy a new bike.
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Old 07-08-2009, 10:49 PM   #16
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If you're working on it right now and need help let me know. I'm just sitting at the house bored and don't have to be up early.
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its not good to do it.......but as an absolute last ditch thing to do, you can put the bike in gear. but then you need to be real careful. but like i said, i dont condone it, but it can be done (ive done it before....)
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its not good to do it.......but as an absolute last ditch thing to do, you can put the bike in gear. but then you need to be real careful. but like i said, i dont condone it, but it can be done (ive done it before....)

That's what I told him to do. All that will happen if it doesn't work is spin the engine and trans. a bit. He said he had to cut the chain off, so the idea of loosely putting everything back together real quick is out the window.
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Out of context, now that just sounds
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