3. Remove oil fill plug and remove the bolt that retains the top sprocket.
4. Tap on the end of the shaft to start removing it. Use a long screwdriver or 3/8 extension hold pressure on the shaft until it is out of the chaincase housing. This will keep the chain and sprocket together and hold up the spacer that goes on the back side of the sprocket.
5. Remove stock clutch and shaft assembly and set aside.