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post #1 of 5 Old 11-01-2002, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
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How do I replace oneway bearing and and gear

I purchased a one way bearing and gear from north county yammah (back of dirt wheels) for 105 and 51
and I chose to over night it for 30 instead o ground shipping for 9 $. I also got 2 gaskets for 10 $.
I removed about 10 bolts around casing and the small casing at the top of larger casing. I also removed plugs with flat head.
I started to wedge the a flathead between casing and man did that oil start pouring out
How do I unplug the oil and what else am I suppost to do now?
Please help I cant do it without yall.
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post #2 of 5 Old 11-03-2002, 07:32 AM
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a little tip, turn the bike on it's side, and work on it, you won't have oil pouring out, plus it makes it real easy to work on. once the cover is off, you will see the big nut holding the flywheel on, take that off install the puller, and pull off the flywheel, the entire one-way assy will come off with it. loosen the six bolts that hold that assy to the fly wheel, re-place with the new one, tighten the six bolts, use locktight on them, and torque them to the proper specs do not guess at it. then just put it all back together.

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post #3 of 5 Old 11-03-2002, 08:31 AM Thread Starter
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what is the proper torque specs
how do I make shure its right
lock tight is a grease?
I can get it where?
thanks so much for your help.

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post #4 of 5 Old 11-03-2002, 10:09 AM
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Loc-tite is not a grease. It's a thread locking compound that you put on the threads to ensure that they don't back out on you due to vibration.

You can find it at AutoZone, or any other auto parts store for about $5.

P.S. If you use the RED Loc-tite, don't use much. Just a drop, or you'll never be able to change this stuff out again without breaking & stripping bolts. I recommend the BLUE Loc-tite.

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Do Not use red Loctite on external bolts!!
Red is permanent & may require heat to remove.
Blue is the standard for most needs.
Most auto parts places will have a chart for aplications.

Make sure you shut off the gas & drain the carbs before putting it on it's side!!

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