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    MT500 Sprocket nut refusing to budge!

    Hi All

    Asking this for a mate down in Devon..

    He's attempting to shift the front sprocket nut on his MT500, jumping on an extension bar I believe but its just not budging.

    Is there a trick to getting these off, not by any chance a left hand thread ???

    Thanks in advance...
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    Re: MT500 Sprocket nut refusing to budge!

    As its on the right side of bike I would have thought it would be clockwise to remove.

    Have a look here at the MT manuals I have put online: MT Handbook & Service Manuals
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    Re: MT500 Sprocket nut refusing to budge!

    Quote Originally Posted by T Bear Jackson View Post
    Hi All

    Asking this for a mate down in Devon..

    He's attempting to shift the front sprocket nut on his MT500, jumping on an extension bar I believe but its just not budging.

    Is there a trick to getting these off, not by any chance a left hand thread ???

    Thanks in advance...
    Would that be Surfermick ? he now has it off at last. :wink:

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    Re: MT500 Sprocket nut refusing to budge!

    Woah...! My mate is indeed a surfer and yes, he's shifted the nut however he's not called Mick. But I wonder:60277EB7B04744289C0......
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