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How do i remove the sprocket behind can gear?

I removed the cam gear from my 964. But how do I remove the sprocket flange (#15 see pic)? It seemed stuck. Do I use a gear puller?



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Two rolling head bars (lady fingers) or and gear puller will work fine. The gears should not be very tight.
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My cam gear popped off easily with a gear puller, but the woodruff key was troublesome. I had to push down interior end enough to get front to pop up enough to lever up with a small screwdriver. All this was after the key\cam soaked an evening in WD-40. I hope yours pops out with ease!
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just set a screwdriver blade into the front of the key and tap with a hammer lightly and it rolls right out. grab it with some dykes to finish the job.
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I used a gear puller, and pulled it out. This board is fantastic.

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do the dykes mind being used in this fashion?
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Mark,

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