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Kick start thinggy on the engine as rounded off

I have a 125cc pitbike offroad and the other day i went to kick start it and the bit where the kick start fits on the bike (not sure what its called) but thats rounded off and as i dont know what its called i cant buy a new one to replace it. and im not sure if ther is a sertain way to fit a new 1 back on? if any1 could help me thanks.

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    kick start gets stuck and sometimes isn't gripping anythink?r

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Usually a Honda part will fit those pit bikes. Honda 50-150 cc should fit. Take a file and clean up what you can of the splines on the shaft going into the engine. Fully remove the bolt and nut before removing the kickstarter as the bolt is in a groove to help retain the lever. Refit the new lever and tighten down well......Good luck to you...Tim

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