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Kick start lever is loose and teeth are not catching on the shaft. How do I replace? I found a part on ebay brand new in thailand but not sure if it will work since the previous owner changed the kick start shaft to a larger diameter shaft.

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You may want to get a service manual to work on this one. The expanded parts diagrams that are available for ordering parts online will show you all the parts. If you can not find some picture of the 100cc models the 1974 CB125 is basically the same. The design of your motor dictates that you will have to take the engine out of the frame, pull the top end off, and split the cases to get in to the area that houses the mechanism you want to replace. You may be able to pull good used parts out of a salvage motor locally or even purchase a used motor or donor bike if the price is right. You will need a complete gasket set for the motor. As for the change in the kick shaft size, it may be that the shaft was replaced before with a shaft from the CB125. You may have to measure your shaft and then measure the shaft on the motor you are taking the replacement part out of. Chances are you need to replace several parts to repair the kick mechanism. You will have to disassemble the motor to find out everything you need to properly fix your classic.

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