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Installing a British Customs Ducati Sprockets and Chain
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Step 1:Place bike up on a jack. Use a 5mm Allen wrench to remove stock front sprocket cover.
- Use a 4mm Allen wrench to remove stock chain guard.
Step 3:Use a 5mm Allen wrench to remove shifter bracket from shift actuator.
- Use an 8mm wrench to loosen passenger peg bracket.
Step 5:Use a 5mm Allen wrench and 10mm wrench to continue loosening passenger peg bracket.
- Use an 8mm wrench to continue loosening passenger peg bracket.
Step 7:Cut and remove chain.
- Use an 8mm wrench to remove countershaft sprocket. Mark which side of sprocket retainer faces out before removing.
Step 9:Place new countershaft sprocket on shift shaft.
- Place sprocket retainer on shift shaft. Make sure that it can spin freely in the shift shaft groove.
Step 11:Apply red Loctite to bolts and tighten new countershaft sprocket with 8mm wrench.
- Use a 1 3/16” socket wrench to remove rear axle nut.
Step 13:Remove rear axle and rear wheel.
- Use a 15mm wrench to remove rear sprocket nuts.
Step 15:Remove rear sprocket.
- Apply blue Loctite to nuts and install new rear sprocket with 15mm wrench. Torque to recommended specifications.
Step 17:Reinstall rear wheel and rear axle nut. Make sure that the rear brake caliper is over the rear brake rotor.
- Tighten rear axle nut with 1 3/16” socket.
Step 19:Tighten foot peg bracket with 5mm Allen, 10mm socket, and 8mm socket. Make sure washers are in place for lower bracket mounts.
- Install chain. If you are unsure how to do this, please take your motorcycle to your local Triumph dealer to have them do it for you.
Reinstall front sprocket cover and chain guard. Tighten foot peg bracket to complete installation.
Installation Complete!Congratulations! You have successfully installed your British Customs Ducati Sprockets and Chain