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Thanks for your responses guys. The remedial steps discussed will definitely be taken. However, I still have an uneasy feeling about the tensioner plunger/piston extension from the tensioner. I have scoured a large number of threads on the subject but I'm still unable to find or determine a definitive number for the upper limit of the plunger travel - the worn chain scenario coming into play.

Am I being overly concerned with this 'perceived issue', or should I proceed as planned & then enjoy a cold brewski?
Once again, many thanks.

Cheers
JB

Edit: I took a flat blade screw driver to one of the chain guides this morning - it was really "bendy"
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