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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Removing of the front sprocket

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Chassis / Final drive / Removing of the front sprocket

Undo the screws (11) and remove the chain cover (10).

Loosen the chain (sect. 4 - 3, Adjusting the chain tension).

Removing of the front sprocket


Remove the chain with the tool code 88713.1344.

The tool is composed of a holder (a), punch (b), body (c) and two wrenches (d) and (e).

Fit the link to be opened into the holder (a).

Fit a punch (b) into the body (c) and manually unscrew the screw until the punch no longer protrudes.

Fit the holder (a) and link into the body (c).

Manually turn the screw (f) on body (c) so that the punch (b) locates against the pin, taking care that they are aligned with each other.

Fit hex wrench (d) into the hexagonal part of the body (c) and wrench (e) onto the bolt.

Turn the bolt (f) clockwise to push out the pin.

Removing of the front sprocket


Removing of the front sprocket


Remove the chain.

Engage a low gear and unscrew the nut (12).

Remove the nut (12) and the safety washer (13) on the pinion.

Remove the engine pinion (14) from the gearbox secondary shaft.

Removing of the front sprocket


Remove the spacer (15) with o-ring (16) from the gearbox secondary shaft.

Important

The o-ring (16) must be renewed on reassembly.

Removing of the front sprocket


Inspecting the final drive
To check the wear of the final drive, visually check the pinion (14) and sprocket (17). If the teeth are found to worn as shown in the figure (dotted line), the sprocket must be renewed. T ...

Refitting the front sprocket
Grease the o-ring (16) and install it on the front sprocket spacer (15). Fit the spacer, from the o-ring side, on the secondary shaft and drive it fully home against the inner ring of the bearing ...

Other materials:

Rear shock absorber assembly
Special screw Screw Nut Grub screw Bush (right) Bush (left) Screw Sealing ring Roller bearing Linkage (left) Shock absorber (rear) Linkage (right) Spacer Special screw Screw Bush Ball joint Rocker arm assembly Support Washer Nut Screw Shock absorber ...

Refitting the shock absorber support
If you had removed them, apply recommended grease on the threads of the adjusters (4) and the ring nuts (3) having care not to have grease on the surface (c) of the adjusters. Tighten the adjusters on the ring nut side opposite to that featuring flats until bringing the surfaces as close as ...

Overhaul of the crankcase halves
Carefully examine the engine crankcase halves. Check that the surfaces of the crankcase halves are perfectly flat using a reference surface. Check that the bearings (1) and (18), and the bushings (2) and (17) are in optimum conditions. Note that the main bearings must always be changed in p ...

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