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Old 04-21-2007, 10:54 AM   #1
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Default cct f4i replacement

ooook, i went to replace my cct on my 01 f4i. ive run into problems...it almost looks like someone else has tried to replace it on this bike. i took a 5mm allen and tried to loosen the bolts. it just spins in there. i tried a 5.5mm and 6 mm they are too big. upon closer inspection, the bolts are compelty smooth and rounded off on the inside. as you know there is absolultey no space to work with watsoever. so im lookin for any good suggestions to get this out, or i may just leave the old one in, put thebike togehter, save up, and then take it somewhere and have them mess with it.
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Default Re: cct f4i replacement (danteisme)

cct? got any pictures?

you should probably be able to drill a hole in the bolt and use an easy out.
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Default Re: cct f4i replacement (tharptroy)

cam chain tensioner....i highy doubt there is any room to get a drill or and easy out in there. i dont have any pics on my bike but heres the artilec i used for the directions.

http://www.bayarearidersforum....81780
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