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1990 Indy 500 Chain Case

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Old 01-13-2011
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Default 1990 Indy 500 Chain Case

Started back at tryin to get the chain case off of my indy to change the brake rotor and i cannot get it to come out... i toook the cover off took gears off took bolts holding the case to the frame/tunnel out and i cant get it to budge. Well bottom seems to move alittle but not top shaft. do i have to take the snap ring off and bearing out to get it to slid off the shafts or what? Help please!
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After all the bolts are removed, both gears and the chain, loosen the track and remove the caliper it should come right off.
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some one fit a bearing that has a lock collar or set screw on it. Should not be on that side, but you never know what could happen in the real world. check the tunnel side.
May have to get in there with a long drift and hammer the lower bearing off from the back. it also holds the chain case on.
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Thats what I have been hearing but i have had a pry bar behind the case and it still won't budge. Caliper is still the rotor but not bolted to the case. Maybe it needs some real tough love. but i would hate to make things worse.
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Loosen the driveshaft on the other (clutch) side and tap on the shaft over there. Make sure you take out the snapring in the chaincase before you do that. If the bearing pops out of its slot in the chaincase, nothing should be holding it anymore. There's a good chance the inner races of your bearings are siezed to the shafts. If that is the case, expect to dismantle A LOT of extra stuff so you can cut the bearings off.
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Ok thanks i will check for a lock collar on the back side tonight... if i dont ride my other sled that is... i appreciate the help.
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