I've got almost 50,000 miles on my 15 road glide (48,500+) and thinking I probably need to inspect my cam chain tensioner. I was asking about it at the Harley shop and they said to change the tensioner you have to pull the gas tank, Rocker box covers, and pushrods in order to install the new cam chain tensioner. They said its about a 6 hour job. My question is to any of you who have performed this job do you really have to go through all those steps? I was thinking it was just a matter of removing exhaust pipe and cam chain inspection cover and then you would be able to simply replace the tensioner. So whats the real scoop?