Sprockets Agh Install complications attaching sprocket to coaster brake

Discussion in 'Transmission / Drivetrain' started by AdamT, May 21, 2009.

  1. AdamT

    AdamT Member

    The sprocket in my Dax 67 wouldn't fit over the coaster brake on my Cranbrook. Tried grinding the sprocket so it would fit but couldn't get it to go on correctly. And do i need to locktite the bolts on the motor. This is realy frustrating.

  2. Junster

    Junster Member

    Really suggest you do some reading esp in the sticky's in the 2 cycle section and the mount section (I don't know if that's a frame mount or a rack mount) Highly recommend you replace the original mounting studs and with higher quality ones, and yes lok-tite everything. Use ny-lock nuts everywhere you can, I also replaced the 9 sprocket bolts with 1/4-20 good quality ones too. SBP sells a great bolt/stud kit for 9.95.

  3. HoughMade

    HoughMade Guest

    Taked the brake arm off. remove the sheet metal dust cover. Grind the edge off of the dust cover until it fits, but just until it fits.

    I would not mess with the engine assembly bolts, but I would replace the mounting studs, nuts and all the wheel bolts.

    ....and read here.
  4. AdamT

    AdamT Member

    Thanks guys used your tips and its on to the next hurdle. The clutch and clutch cable.