Removing And Installing Rear Chain

Locate and remove spring on connecting link. Free-fit connecting link used on early models can be removed by hand. Connecting link having press fit in side plate can be pressed apart with Chain Tool, Part No. 95020-38 which is supplied in accessory rider tool kit. A Shop Tool is available under Part No. 95021-29 for th\s purpose. To install new press fit connecting link, use Rear Chain Assembling Tool, Part No. 95020-66. REPAIRING DRIVE CHAINS

To repair a chain, remove damaged link or links by pushing out pips with chain repair tool. Assemble new links and secure with connecting links. Front chain is a double-row or duplex chain; rear chain is a single-row chain. The chain tool furnished in the tool kit is designed to accommodate both. Note: Repair of front chain by use of a repair link is not recommended for chain tensioner equipped models. Entire chain should be replaced. This will avert chain breakage and possible damage to the crank-case.

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