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Take off the nuts on the two bolts at the back of the bar near the engine....
Pull the cover off, remove the bar and take the old chain off...
Then making sure to place the chain going the correct direction,
place the chain over the bar and then the bar over the bolts and the chain around the sprocket...
Replace the cover and the nuts and readjust the chain tension....
You may have to loosen the tension-er to get the new chain to fit on properly... they normally are a bit smaller then an older chain that has stretched...

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