I'm happy with the 16 offroading but to be fair, stay out of the tight,
gnarly stuff. On dirt roads and atv trails, rr track access roads, etc.
the 16 is fine.
The shoppe manuals have step by step instructions,
but seeing the Paper version of loosening the tab
on the countershaft and locking the wheel or sprocket will be a
great visual tool for those who haven't been there yet.
The rear is real straightforward, but the front can be tricky
and bloody a knuckle or two. How do I know this? LOL
(Thanks for doing a vid to add to our collection of info.)
Do not throw wrenches into the garage wall, it makes mama mad