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Spirit_1100 said:
Hey Trop...that depends on if your bike has a sprocket on it already.

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The job isn't really that hard, but you do have to have some tools to do the job. First and foremost, you have to have a way to lift the rear of the bike off the ground so you can take the rear tire off...I am assuming that you mean the rear sprocket. Once you have the wheel off, take loose the bolts holding the old sprocket in place and remove the sprocket. Replace the sprocket and you are done with that part.

I had the pleasure of doing this on my ACE 750. Make sure to lossen the Sprocket bolts before lifting the bike or taking off the wheel. They are on tight and the weight of the bike will help.
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