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    I have a CBR250RR and need to replace the front sprocket. I have the cover off and everything and I have just looking at the sprocket itself. Does anyone know if there is a circlip or any special technique of taking the sprocket off?

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    1, Always look good
    2, Always know what you're doing
    3, In failure of step 2 refer to step one

  • #2
    Shouldn't be should just be a nut, put the bike in gear and use a socket to get it off

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    • #3
      it is in gear and the gears are moving.....
      1, Always look good
      2, Always know what you're doing
      3, In failure of step 2 refer to step one

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      • #4
        Then you might want to get someone to hold the rear brake

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        • #5
          lol shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit well the chain kind of came off on the freeway last weekend and I couldn't recover it, so I guess I will have to wait until I have bought the new chain and rear sprocket before I take off the front one hey.
          1, Always look good
          2, Always know what you're doing
          3, In failure of step 2 refer to step one

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          • #6
            Ouch Ace

            So you lost the chain. that sucks man. i was lucky enough to get the the Honda shop and get it tightened up. Hope all goes well man.

            Masda74
            Masda74

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            • #7
              hahaha nice one ace.

              Good luck with that dude and hopefully my beast will be ready to ride with ya soon!

              Mark 8)
              The circus is calling...

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              • #8
                hahaha nice one ace.

                Good luck with that dude and hopefully my beast will be ready to ride with ya soon!

                Mark 8)
                The circus is calling...

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                • #9
                  All sorted now, thanks everyone. I have taken a link out of the chain and tightened it up. New sprockets look good, well as good as sprockets can look anyway I spose. :o
                  1, Always look good
                  2, Always know what you're doing
                  3, In failure of step 2 refer to step one

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                  • #10
                    All sorted now, thanks everyone. I have taken a link out of the chain and tightened it up. New sprockets look good, well as good as sprockets can look anyway I spose. :o
                    1, Always look good
                    2, Always know what you're doing
                    3, In failure of step 2 refer to step one

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