In the past I've used really pointy needle nose pliers and pulled them open with two hands to get snap rings in and out. Awkward at first, but you'll get the hang of it quickly after doing a few.capd323 wrote:ha ya my first attempt at removing it consisted of two small allen wrenches but in the end i succumbed and bought $15 snap ring pliers at autozone. They did the trick.
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Here's what I use;capd323 wrote: I put 49 miles on it today, seemed to run perfectly though i still need to sync the carbs.
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