Yea, there is a great thread in the "how-to" section but I'd advise this since I just did it last weekend but I still haven't had her out for a test ride yet. After you make the switch, don't try and use washers on the front part where the splined shaft is. I, and others, had to use 5 washers to space the rear mounting point under the rear set. The how-to thread has good pics and spells it all out. You'll see what I mean. It's really easy and if we don't like it, it's 10 minutes to switch it back. Good luck.
I actually used a nut because I didn't have enough washers in my garage. That and I had to slightly pull out the joint on the shaft going towards the spline end because the angle of the shaft was to aggressive and it made the bike shift funny and it was still rubbing against the frame.
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