Hi folks, been awhile since I posted, I have been working on my old Husky but now its time to finish the 426. I had the motor redone by some students at the College where I work and they apparently forgot to install the dowels for the head, no big deal, I removed the cams and head and installed the dowels and today was gonna be the big final assembly day. Now, as I read my manual I see I am supposed to fabricate a "Cam chain tensioner stopper plate" Holy cow, I wasn't planning on that...Do I need to? Is there any tricks to avoid it? Also, the "I" mark on the flywheel for timing looks like more of an "H", should I use that when setting up the cam sprockets? Before diassembly I checked and it seemed like one of the dots on the exhaust cam sprocket was about a tooth out from being lined up horizontally with the top of the head(as per the manual) This was probably not cool right? Any other pieces of advice? I would like to have it ready for a Hare Scambles next Sunday(PS The motor is out of the frame, any antifreeze bleeding procedures I should worry about? Thanks for your time everybody! If anybody cares I have a good story about riding a 1985 Husky CR500 in an ultra tight Hare Scrambles last weekend. My God, never again!