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The blade {guide side} was part of the recall.

I have bought recall sets to get the blade.

 While the chain is generally gone from the kit you get the blade, 4 bolt tin cover, a grade 10 bolt and support piece for the top of the guide.

The added piece on the tensioner supports it mid length

How can it be that cold?  It was just over 11c here this morning at 7.30am and that's about as cold as it can ever get. :grandpa:
"Young" Les F

Been -3 (below) early morn at the island and round Ballarat in past weeks-so 15 below or more in Canada would be numbing.............
Ask the gurus / 14500-415-000 vs 14500-470-751-fully compatible???
« Last post by bahn88 on Yesterday at 20:30 »
Hi all,
wondering if 14500-415-000 Cam tensioner blade can be used in place of a 14500-470-751 for a CX500B?
The blades themselves weren't subject to a recall I beleive and "Motofaction" suggests the additional "mass" on the back of 14500-470-751 wasn't reinforcement at all.....

If they are compatible is the earlier part (14500-415-000) thought weaker in any way?

How can it be that cold?  It was just over 11c here this morning at 7.30am and that's about as cold as it can ever get. :grandpa:
"Young" Les F
Oh I don't know, just over a metre doesn't seem to far to ride....  happy0061
That's very true Les, but it musn't be easy riding your bike through 4 feet of snow. :crash:
That's 1.2 metres for you Millennials.   :grandpa:
Bloody softies, they don't ride their bikes in winter unlike here. happy0194
"Young" Les F
Yes but he's referring to garage charging during the Canadian winters I suspect.
General Discussion / Re: Custom Paint Job
« Last post by Cass on 18-Jul-19, 14:45 »
Not for me Vlad, I'm a purist as long my old girl has a strong heart she can look every bit of her age!

Cass :grandpa:
When he talked about chargers he forgot that when a battery is mounted in a motorcycle it is subject to the same charging system (usually designed for wet lead acid batteries) regardless of battery type fitted therefore no compensation for the battery type should be given when selecting an external charger for the comparison test, other than this this video is an interesting comparison discussion.
"Young" Les F
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