Hello all!I had a minor fall over the weekend, which resulted in my timing chain tensioner breaking off the cylinder head. I have no clue how this happen other than maybe the heel of my boot hitting it in the fall?!?!?Anyhow, I cut the motor immediately while still on the ground. My buddy found the broken parts (housing, spring and ratchet adjuster) in the dirt which bummed us out real quick cuz it wasn't going to be a fun walk back to a road. I've already ordered a DJH manual adjuster, my question is besides my planning to dump the oil & filters, is there anything else I MUST do before buttoning things back up with the new DJH manual tensioner???I did make one potential mistake, due to our location and not wanting to push up hill AND not knowing at the time exactly what it was that broke, I did power the motor up and ride the bike up this smallish hill at very low revs and shut her down seconds later coasting down the path. I did not hear any metallic or bad sounds as a result of the crash or briefly starting it up getting it out of the woods so I'm hoping all is well. I've never done this before so I'm unaware whether or not I need to open up the valve cover or not to check for clearances or if that's not necessary (crossing fingers)??? ANY advice would be greatly appreciated!