Gearbox output bearing


John Boy

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Hi,

Has anybody replaced the bearing behind the front sprocket?
Chain too tight when I got to bike has I think damaged this bearing. The bike have always felt a bit rough. So want to renew it.

I have looked at the manuals and YouTube to try and work this out. but ???????
I can see in the manual the bearing has a holder with 3 bolts holding it in place. If I remove the front sprocket can I access these three bolts and pull the bearing from here and push in a new one.

or is it an engine out, turn upside-down, remove the sump to access the whole shaft.?

Help appreciated in advance

John
 
Hi

just worked out the bearing holder is on the clutch side not the sprocket side.

I was having symptoms of a whining transmission and found out that my chain was too tight at some point too.. did you sucessfully do this job?
Can you replace the bearing without removing the engine and just pulling the bearing housing?
 

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