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929RR Drive Sprocket - reverse threaded or normal?

hi guys, first time replacing the drive sprocket on my 929RR and the manual does not describes nothing about the bolt other than "special bolt"

Is this bolt reverse threaded or normal ?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: 929RR Drive Sprocket - reverse threaded or normal?

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hi guys, first time replacing the drive sprocket on my 929RR and the manual does not describes nothing about the bolt other than "special bolt"

Is this bolt reverse threaded or normal ?

Thanks in advance.
It's just a normal thread.

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Re: 929RR Drive Sprocket - reverse threaded or normal?

if you still have the chain on have someone step on the rear brake and use a long breaker bar to break it free.

if you can't convince them, confuse them.
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Re: 929RR Drive Sprocket - reverse threaded or normal?

thanks guys, a friend let me use his impact wrench and the bolt came up just fine.

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