Checking the condition of the driven sprocket is carried out visually, without dismantling, similar to checking the drive sprocket. We hang the rear wheel of the motorcycle, placing it on the center stand, and inspect the sprocket teeth by rotating the rear wheel. Teeth should not have chips, cracks, wear marks. If the teeth are damaged, the sprocket must be replaced.
Appearance of the new driven sprocket. The teeth are not worn and have the correct shape
To remove the driven sprocket, you will need to remove the rear wheel of the motorcycle (see «Rear wheel - removal and installation») and remove the driven sprocket assembly with the support disk from the wheel hub (see «Final drive sprocket hub dampers - check and replace»).
1. Using a 17 mm wrench, unscrew the five nuts securing the sprocket to the support disk.
2. Remove the sprocket from the platter.
We install the sprocket in the reverse order, tightening the fastening nuts with a torque of 64 Nm.