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post #131 of 136 Old 09-16-2014, 11:42 AM
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So i bought a OEM replacement PLate/Sprocket. I notice on the gear when you put the sprocket on...if you pushit all the way in the retaining plate wont line up.....except if you pull teh sprocket towards you...is there suppose to be this free play?
I struggled with this for a long time when i first changed my sprocket; I had to call a few people before I got an answer. If I am understanding you correctly: The sprocket goes all the way on, then the retainer plate goes on around the section where there are no grooves-just a smooth circle. You then bolt the retainer plate to the sprocket. The grooves on the outermost part of the driveshaft will not align with the retainer plate, which is its function; it prevents the sprocket from sliding off. There will be a small amount of free play of the sprocket along the rotational axis of the driveshaft, which I believe is only due to the tolerance of the retainer plate and the smooth section of the driveshaft that is rests in.

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#threadrevival . I have misplaced my service manual. What are the torque specs for the sprocket retaining bolts?
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What are the torque specs for the sprocket retaining bolts?
IIRC it is 10 Nm or 7 lb/ft.

I don't own a torque wrench though.

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10 Nm or 7 lb/ft, is just a little tweak over finger tight, same for the oil filer cover bolts and they break off real easy.

All you are securing is a small keeper plate, so no hanging of that spanner, it will only end in grief.

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I used a torque wrench. I have learnt my lesson.
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I used a torque wrench..
I will invest in one of these one day. ^_^

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