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Pull the rear wheel off. Remove the sprocket. Install new sprocket. Put rear wheel back on.
 

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would be hard to jack anything up.. unless you put your rear wheel back on crooked.... the front sprocket is one nut and I do believe there is a thread on it cause I had asked a while back about how much torque the front sprocket called for. the rear one is common sense , just take your wheel off remove sprocket and replace with new one..and tighten down the bolts in a cross pattern like a car rim or anything else.

It is extremely simply. I will look for the thread onthe front sprocket for you and let you know if i find it.
 

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I am going to need some help putting the back tire on I am sure. I read so much about how hard it is and how it has to be perfect. I am terrified of it, lol.
 

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Nah R3 don't be scared of it....there are guides on both sides of the wheel to make sure it's straight...you can do it
 

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