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Old 01-14-2015, 05:22 PM
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Pull the toe stop piece out of the rh side. 4 T20 torx bolts. Remove the 1 T20 torx that holds the rh side panel to the foothold so you can pull it toward you. Then just remove all the T30 torx bolts that hold the chaincase cover on (remove it WITH the oil tank). There are a couple holes in the chaincase protector that will allow the oil to drain out. CHECK CHAIN AND TENSIONER. Clean up the belly pan and reassemble and fill with oil.
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