Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Kapuskasing Ontario Canada
I thought of that too, but with all the load at the base of the tooth, directed in and across it, I'm really not worried about breaking it. I don't think it would even mark the countershaft sprocket's hardened steel. Socket or pipe used to lock the sprocket has to be of the proper length and dimension... I'll try it to torque sprocket back on soon.