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The rear wheel removal instructions in the knowledge base does not require you to back off the chain adjusters like the article states. Once the axle is removed the rear wheel can be moved forward to derail the chain.
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Re: Knowledge base

I concurr. I remove and replace my wheels regularly without changing adjuster positions.

Also, didn't we once have the 00-01 929 clutch recall documentation in the knowledge base? I have to re-do mine for third time. Shop did it first two times and clutch has never been right since. It exhibits the usual symptoms: not fully disengaging, even with lever pulled all the way to grip.

I found some old threads on where abtech stated some honda recall instructions may not be clear and that additional documentation was issued to clarify. The recall notice I have is titled and dated CBR929#2, December 00. The primary issue seems to be the correct orientation of the judder spring. Basically, I will disassemble mine check that everything is in order and probably just flip judder spring around to see if this fixes things. If not, I may jettison it as others have done. (It worked better before when it did not have one.)

If anyone has any info on this still, please let me know what it is and where I can find it. Thanks.
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