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Old 04-06-2012, 06:29 PM   #41
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Old 04-09-2012, 09:10 PM   #42
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Here is where I'm stuck at until I can get the clutch basket off in order to change the cam chain. I probably could of been done by now too
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Old 04-10-2012, 08:11 PM   #43
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Ok yea I know I'm freackin needy!! I can't get the circlips on the piston for the life of me. My thumbs are sore as trying to get them on and I can't do it with a small flat head either.

Any ideas or takers?a6934c44 da7e 55c9
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I had one shoot clear across the garage during the build of my Xr100. Those little .
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I'm about to throw it across the garage
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I had to kind of work one end in and pull and rotate loose end towards center to clear lip to get it in.
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I think I used needle nose pliers when I rebuilt my Blaster.
Tried that too. The circlips are thick as compared to the OEM ones.....
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Old 04-10-2012, 09:25 PM   #49
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Godddangit took Chad <10 min what I couldn't do in 2 hours!!! and he came to the Casa I don't care what Brandon says about u, your alright in my book
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Was there a trick, or is he just "good with his hands" if you know what I mean?
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Was there a trick, or is he just "good with his hands" if you know what I mean?
Chad is so good with his hands, I always leave his shop satisfied.
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It's getting close actually the top end is all buttoned up. Just waiting on a gasket for the right side.....

The Hot Cams were in spec for valve clearances with the OEM shims




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How did you end up getting the Clutch basket off?
With a clutch basket tool
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I use a PICK for those circlips.
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Those clips are SO easy :p I also had the clutch basket tool. Should have texted me
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