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    Looks similar to a CB350 tensioner - possibly modified.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simo View Post
    Anyone else want to see what's going on inside that head?
    I want to know If the errant bolt is pushing a diy blade style tensioner or just grinding at the camchain
    There ya go, so now if your bores up around 61mm you've got cb750f2 or similar pistons and very thin cylinder walls how's about a picture of the pistons
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    here you go the pistons, looks normal worn out, cylinders looks normal so far, slot it with feeler gauge, everything looks fine. But of course in the long run, bigger bores will affect the machine over all. Planning to get new cylinder block etc, but yeah, nothing comes cheap.

    i am still missing the original chain guide and the tensioner itself. The chain guide one is even harder to find.

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    cb200 crank will handle the 750 bores conversion, mine lasted over twenty years and it didn't get tickled either
    makes it a 240cc, I can sort the lollipop thing from the front if you need one
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    Quote Originally Posted by brush439 View Post
    cb200 crank will handle the 750 bores conversion, mine lasted over twenty years and it didn't get tickled either
    makes it a 240cc, I can sort the lollipop thing from the front if you need one
    that is relieving to know that can last long enough.

    of course that is an offer that irresistible, much appreciated. connect you separately.

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    you'll find the 750 barrels foul the apparatus that holds the tensioner wheel. we trimmed the barrels down but still had to do work on the tensioner mount.
    think that is why the previous owner has gone to the lengths he has gone to

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    Quote Originally Posted by brush439 View Post
    you'll find the 750 barrels foul the apparatus that holds the tensioner wheel. we trimmed the barrels down but still had to do work on the tensioner mount.
    think that is why the previous owner has gone to the lengths he has gone to
    CB200 Cam Chain adjustment bolt misplaced!?-chain-tensioner-bolt-platform.jpg

    if this what you meant, you are absolutely right.

    but other than that, the area where tensioner, chain guide, the lollipop thing, etc are in the center hollow part, free from barrel movement. I think that was not the case why they modified it.

    CB200 Cam Chain adjustment bolt misplaced!?-cb200-no-cam-tensioner-chain-guide-ground.jpg
    this is the center hollow I mean

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    got the lollipop thing for you but the main tensioner gear I can't get free, think we may have locktite'd it when we fitted.
    I can do som epics to show how much we trimmed the original mount. the lollipop has the usual tram lines down it, will take and post a pic tomorrow for you

    £10 incl shipping to Indonesia (£15 if you want it tracked)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brush439 View Post
    got the lollipop thing for you but the main tensioner gear I can't get free, think we may have locktite'd it when we fitted.
    I can do som epics to show how much we trimmed the original mount. the lollipop has the usual tram lines down it, will take and post a pic tomorrow for you

    £10 incl shipping to Indonesia (£15 if you want it tracked)
    if we can combined shipping with something else that I need (and you have), that would be fantastic. i still am missing: the oil metal guide, some oil seals, and the cam chain main tensioner.

    i think loosen the red loctite would need heat for sure.

    looking forward to this. thx
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    I saw tonight there is a couple of these bolts on eBay

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