Cb450 cam chain guide wheel down by crank removal tip please
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    Junior Member dricci's Avatar
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    Cb450 cam chain guide wheel down by crank removal tip please

    Hi Guys, does anyone have a tip for Cb450 cam chain guide wheel down by crank removal? Looked in manual...

    Thanks in advance! -David

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    It's a head off strip down, simple as that
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    Junior Member dricci's Avatar
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    Hi Nigel, it's torn down now, I just dont know how to remove the guide pin? -D

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    Picture please. Although for me it's late in the UK. Once I see exactly what you are asking about I can comment
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    Just to say my engine is down too so I can easily show pictures to help.
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    The shaft for the roller just slides in from one side. It has a small pin in the shaft to keep it from sliding out, so it has to be pushed from the opposite side - but if you simply stick your little finger in one side or the other of the cylinder base area where the shaft is, it will easily slide out (I just can't recall which side it slides toward). Nothing tricky, except keeping it from falling into the bottom end if you're not taking it apart that far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dricci View Post
    Hi Nigel, it's torn down now, I just dont know how to remove the guide pin? -D
    You just push it out to one side with your finger.....won't come out till the cylinders are removed.
    Bill Lane
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    I thank you all for your replies! I have over complicated a simple thing as I can certainly do! This forum and your support keeps me in check and I am always very appreciative! -David

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