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mrkartoom, Tue, 7 Apr 2009 7:16PM
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notice the missing epoxy? I found it in the leftside bag filter during an oil change

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the reason for splitting the cases

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the inside gear on the crank was hard to remove. Added some heat and careful, patient prying to get it off.

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you want to remove the nuetral ind. cover and the bag filter from this side. You don't need to remove the counterbalanceer.

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the shift drum and tranny shaft in the RH case should be in the left. They aren't, because I didn't remove parts from the shift drum in the following photos.

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notice a difference?

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Remove this from the drum before splitting. The 5mm screws with locked with threadlocker and were hard to get out. Used heat.

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And this from drum. You don't need to remove ratchet with spring attached.

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All ready to be married again!

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Piston looks perfect after 11,000 mi.

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Another shot of the missing epoxy. Hope no more breaks off.

 
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