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Hi, I own a 1985 goldwing, ( lucky me) I've had the fun of taking the engine out to replace the "stater", I've stripped the front end and re-coated the forks, I've rebuilt the rear end, new bearings in the swing arm, new seals, brakes stripped, new pistons and seals, just a few odd jobs, as you do.
I've recently noticed a bearing whine coming from the short drive shaft section in the right hand side of the engine, I know theres a plate on that side that allows access to the cog that connects with the timing chain section inside, do I have to pull the engine out again to replace the bearings on that little shaft ? ( I do hope I don't).
 

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Welcome to your forum, and enjoy your time here.
lots of folks who are willing to help out here.

Go over to the Technical Forum and post up your question there, lots of folks there watching for that kind of thing.
 

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Hallo Paul van-tamlin

Welcome on this nice forum. Wish you al the best.
And good luck with your Wing.
 
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