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Kazuma Falcon 150cc Chain Tensioner Spring

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Could anyone post a diagram or picture showing how the chain tensioner spring on the quad. Got the quad a few weeks ago and the spring has come looses and unsure how it should look. Thanks

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Yes, but the clip doesn't show the chain tension spring. Hoping that someone could maybe take a side on picture of the spring in it's normal position. Thanks.

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