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99 honda cr125 i pulled the right cover off to replace water pump gear and the kick start return spring came off... cant figure out how it goes... any suggestions

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  • ketch04_11 Oct 15, 2010

    its not the kick stand...my bike does not have a kickstand im talking about the kick start spring

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Try www.bikebandit.com
They have parts blow ups that may help, just short of getting a service manual.
(Look under transmission, kickstarter)

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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Hi yes, what you have to do is .you have a angled plate that is bolted to the frame, where the hinge of the stand tube is the long end of the spring fits in the gap, the short end hooks on the little nipple that sticks out the side of the stand, it will be hard to put back on,so put the short end on first, then get a pair of long nose pliers to hook the long end of the spring into the gap....hope this explains it for you

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

  • steve morris
    steve morris Oct 17, 2010

    i do apologise, i just noticed that silly me....sorry late night.. here is a photo of how it should look be sure when putting it back on the bike you push the part on the spring that is sticking up, into a gap on the casing, the spring should have a small hook end, this fits into the cog, and then the long extended part of the spring, fits onto a ledge on the casing...hope that's a better description this time...

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