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Old 07-26-2008, 10:01 AM   #1
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cant emove sprocket

i tried to remove the sprocket and couldnt remove it and i am stripping the nuts im scared of not being able to remove it any tips?

is from a rmx 250 thanks peeps
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which sprocket? i think is the one in the tranny?
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which sprocket? i think is the one in the tranny?

no wey the one on the rear tire
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Sprocket bolts tend to work themselves loose, therefore it was probably installed with loctite red. You need some good quality tools (at very least craftsman) &/or a little heat to bust 'em loose. Nothing more than a small propane torch flame, carefully applied directly to the nut for a short time. Always reinstall rear sprockets with new hardware torqued to spec. using loctite, if not your asking for big problems.

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