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What Charlie says. But...I take a few short cuts. Don't remove the rear wheel. Leave shocks attached to swing arm as well as wheel and final drive. Undo U joint boot on big side. Remove swing arm pins and slide the whole rear assy, back a few inches with the u joint still in the swing arm.. If needed it can be held back with some tie down straps or rope.I do remove the seat and tank for ease of access and to not accidentally scratch the tank.Remove coil for clearance. I normally can tilt it enough with the gen in place. Your horn may interfere. Horn removal is quicker than the gen.When you put the trans back on. Take a pair of small locking pliers and GENTLY grab the output shaft. Put trans in first. While wiggling the trans inward, use the pliers to rotate the clutch to trans hub to align it to the clutch plates.Not hard. Just a bunch of things to remove.Tom
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