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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