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Time chain loose how to fix - 1972 Honda CB 350 F0

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I gather that the bike is a cb350??, anyway the adjustment is located underneath the intake manifold (where the carbys are bolted onto) in the centre, it is a bolt head with a fixing nut.
Essentially you set the flywheel timing to "T" on number 1 cylinder, then you undo the locknut, then undo the bolt head nut about 1/2-1 turn, this allows the tensionioner to take up the slack, then tighhten the bolt head nut, then tighten locknut.

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