KGT Rear Drive Fluid Change Model Year 2009
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Stage One - Preparatory Stage
The preparatory stage consists of:
[list]Putting the bike on the centerstand on a flat stable surface. - not shown[/list]
[list]Remove both saddlebags - not shown[/list]
[list]Taking the muffler off[/list]
[list]Taking the rear wheel off[/list]
Once the rear wheel is off the decision path for either the fluid drain or the spline lube can be determined.
Draining and Filling Fluid Procedure Outline
[B]Draining and Refill Procedure[/B]
To drain the fluid you need to remove the drain bolt from the bottom of the rear drive unit and refill thru the speed sensor hole.
[B][COLOR="Red"]Prior[/COLOR][/B] to removing the drain plug you need to remove the rear caliper and set it out of the way.
[list]Remove the drain plug and let it drain[/list]
[list]Once the drive has been drained re-install the drain plug[/list]
[list]Remove the fill plug and fill to specification[/list]
[list]Torque Fill Plug to specification[/list]
[list]Re-install rear wheel[/list]