shifter kit

Discussion in 'Transmission / Drivetrain' started by computergod2001, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. computergod2001

    computergod2001 New Member

    does any one know if a drill holes in my clucth case cover when i print out the chain gaurd cover and install it it says to srcew the chain gaurd cover on thanks

  2. BSA

    BSA Guest

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  3. Ghost0

    Ghost0 Guest

    No you do not have to drill holes in your aluminum clutch cover. Read the instructions and it should be clear about using the T-nuts that should be attached to the back of the plastic clutch cover. The plastic clutch cover is then glued onto the aluminum clutch cover and then the chain guard will be attached by screwing it onto the T-nuts. Here are the instructions out of the manual

    Chain guard fabrication and installation
    1. Print a copy of the clutch cover plate and chain guard template found on the
    2. Using the supplied black plastic material cut out the two pieces using the
    template as a guide with a knife or tin snips.
    3. Drill 13/64 inch holes as marked on the templates.
    4. Test fit the two pieces on your engine ensuring that when the 3 holes line up,
    the chain guard is protecting the small sprocket.
    5. Insert the 3 T-nuts into the back side of the plastic clutch cover plate using a
    hammer to get them as flush as possible.
    6. Clean your clutch cover with brake clean or rubbing alcohol to remove any
    oil or grease.
    7. Apply a thin coat of contact cement to the engine clutch cover and the
    backside of the plastic clutch cover plate. The backside is the one with the
    large portion of the T- nuts showing.
    8. Allow the contact cement to set up according to the manufactures instruction
    and place it on the clutch cover.
    9. Install the chain guard by screwing it to the T-nuts on the plastic clutch cover plate.

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  4. liamo79

    liamo79 New Member

    What chain do you use on right hand side, clutch side between freewheel sprocket and jack shift sprocket ?