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Place a support under the rear swingarm. Remove the right rear wheel and tire assembly. Then remove the dust cover from the end of the axle. This will exposes the end of the axle, with a castle nut and cotter pin. Push the cotter pin out of the castle nut. Remove the nut from the end of the axle. After removing the nut, gently tap on the rear of the spindle, until it slides off of the axle. Then remove the three bolts securing the chain guard to the sprocket. To loosen the chain, you will either have to remove the master link, or adjust it to a looser setting. Remove the chain after loosening it. Three more bolts hold the sprocket in place on the hub assembly. Remove them, and slide it off of the axle.

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