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KVF 300 Rear Final drive

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Hi would like to know if the big ring gear is meant to be pressing hard up against the speedo gear.

the bike had been rolled over so i was think that the roll has moved the bevel gear over a bit. one of the shim washers was pushed in to the bearing a bit and the break drum had been hitting the cover as well.

but also the 2 lock nuts where lose there is that was well

 

Thanks

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