Many info about oil, camshaft holder, air cleaner element, carburetor, clutch lever, piston rings, cover bolt, compression, wheel, filter, fork, side stand, brake, spark plug, rear wheel, compression damping, compression damping adjustments, outer tube, holder, cap, front suspension adjustments, filler cap dipstick, nut, and front suspension are explained inside the owner’s manual. This owner’s manual tells us discussion around spring, fuel line, pinch bolts, bolt, bolts, cylinder head, fork spring, clutch, drive chain, cylinder head cover, oil filler cap, mounting bolt, cable, suspension, cylinder, head cover, dowel pins, float bowl, tank, level, pump cover, exhaust, front suspension, and brake pads.
Inside the owner’s manual the reader can find information about high speed compression, chain, mounting bolts, rear brake, throttle valve, exhaust pipe, feeler gauge, transmission, fuel valve, start lever, valve, damper piston, steering head, muffler, filter cover, steering head bearings, rear suspension, fuel tank, damper, throttle, torque, tube, engine hanger plate, and screw. These are selected from this owner’s manual:
1. Clean the side surfaces of the chain with a dry cloth. Use a high flash point solvent such as kerosene – not gasoline. Do not brush the rubber O-rings. Brushing will damage them. Use of a solvent may also damage the O-rings. 2. Replace the drive chain if it has damaged rollers, loose fitting links, damaged O-rings, or other wise appears unserviceable. 3. Measure the drive chain plate (1).
Even more, the owner’s manual contains discussion about piston, brake fluid, spark, compression damping adjuster, muffler mounting bolt, fork damper piston, engine oil filler, center bolt, front brake, cover bolts, camshaft holder assembly, speed compression damping, engine hanger, seat, battery, ring, plug, damper piston rod, air cleaner housing, engine stop button, cooling system, hot start lever, fork damper, and low speed compression.