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jon66

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jon66 says:

sprocket advice

help guys my ER6F front sprocket wont budge , tried breaker bar and battery powered impact gun , how the hell do i get it moving ???:mad:

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  • Posted 2 years ago (17 March 2013 15:27)

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preunit

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preunit says:

Long winded I know but

Similar @ 8.30 ?  maybe the answer...


give it an "extra little ounce" :smile 

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jon66

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jon66 says:

preunit

this guy had exactly the same prob i have , but i havent been able to budge mine , gonna try the local garage see if they can use their air gun to budge the bugger , so damn frustrating , dont know what the hell kawasaki are thinking having the bolt on so tight 

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preunit

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preunit says:

I've

used a short section of scaffold pole ( 4ft + ) on a good socket and bar, with someone steading/holding the socket and bar in place (fingers!), lift the scarf pole, still a prob? then flick the socket 180 and lean on the fcuker.

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

Kawasaki sprocket nut

I did say in a previous post that it's torqued up to a million ft/lb.
When I did my ZZR600 front sprocket, I had a jack handle through the rear wheel to stop things turning, and a 6 foot scaffold pole on my breaker bar. It's a "normal" thread, so anti clockwise to undo.
Get someone to steady the bike while you do it.

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