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Yes, it is a bolt. Click on the link below to view what the manual and automactic adjustments look like for your 1977 Honda CB 400F

http://www.dansmc.com/camchain_adjust.htm

After about 10,000 miles, the tensioner and guide need to be changed. If this is done the cam chain will be good for another 10,000 miles with adjustments every 2,000 miles

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