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Can you get to the cam gear on the crank without spliting the case? Small part fell down cam chain well. Actually its a 96 dr200. Thx!

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Ooops,hate to tell you this,but unless you can fish the part out from the top you will be splitting the cases to get the part out,i have done this myself ,i have a flexible pickup rod with a magnet on the end and have used it on numerous occassions .mostly succesfull.but sometimes not and i have had to pull the whole motor apart to get a 5c washer out..good luck

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