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Ahh good deal Irk, shove it up from bottom instead of pull from the top.
In many cases, you'll see the cam chain and all its glory right behind the flywheel on engines where the cam chain is off to one side like that. My XR200 is made very similarly, and you can change the guides out through the stator cover and a cover in the side of the head. I haven't specifically worked on a GN125, so I am guessing here a bit, and looking at GN125 drawings. It's looks to my like you'll be able to get to it.Thanks guys, I appreciate the wisdom.. I ordered up two of those bolts. When I get them in the mail I will pull the covers and see what I am able to accomplish.
Irk, when I pull the stator cover is there a certain opening or area I'm going to be able to get pliers in to try to find this tensioner blade?
Hey man.. yep I have Antique plates on it... I really only ride it on the Amish back-country roads so I'm not worried about the mileage restrictionsHey, nice bike. I missed this back in April- I must have been distracted by the impending end of the world or something.
Did you get an antique plate? Registration is permanent and no annual inspection. By my calculations, that makes break-even after only a couple of years.