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This is a discussion on cam chain idler gear options within the Grom Performance forums, part of the Honda Grom Garage category; I gave Finbro the idea about mounting the CT 70 wheel/sprocket on the oem arm. I have had that setup since January on my Takegawa ...

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    I gave Finbro the idea about mounting the CT 70 wheel/sprocket on the oem arm. I have had that setup since January on my Takegawa 4V with 0 failures in 2,000 miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSX View Post
    I gave Finbro the idea about mounting the CT 70 wheel/sprocket on the oem arm. I have had that setup since January on my Takegawa 4V with 0 failures in 2,000 miles.
    talked to Franco and he sent me the pic of the new cam arm unit but I'm not sure what the wheel and rubber unit is made off.

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    its a ct 70 wheel for sure on the finbro unit.
    A bunch of old stuff that runs. 2stroke grom build...in process.. eventually...

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    It's similar material as the oem, but it has teeth and has a larger diameter. It's a wheel from a Honda CT 70 tensioner. You have to remove the oem wheel from the oem arm then have the CT 70 wheel mounted onto the oem assembly. The oem grom piece that the wheel rides on has to be welded. The other option is to buy the Finbro setup.

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    Facebook conversation with Finbro from February below.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox85 View Post
    It's a xr/crf50/ct70 (and I'm sure it fits a few others) idler wheel. Toothed rubber.
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    It's just a CT70 wheel on a stock arm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HardRacing View Post
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    Correct.

    It's just a CT70 wheel on a stock arm.

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    So how is it held onto the stock arm, just wondering and if so what year CT70 do I order this part, and I assume that what GSX said that you have to weld it to the stock arm. I'm a little confused on how to attach the CT70 to the arm

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    that CT70 wheel looks different than the one from finbro,

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    Quote Originally Posted by CiscoSanJose View Post
    So how is it held onto the stock arm, just wondering and if so what year CT70 do I order this part, and I assume that what GSX said that you have to weld it to the stock arm. I'm a little confused on how to attach the CT70 to the arm
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    well I have a rubber CT70 one coming as well, also new so we soon shall see. they used these idlers on a LOT of Honda bikes.

    24+ years ago my first foray into motorcycles was SOHC Hondas of all sort for many years, this has historically always been an issue.
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