Re: Ernst from Turllock Ca
If there are any nicks or scratches in the cylinder, get a new one. It's not like they are expensive.
You might as well remove the motor and start checking the bearings and clearing the crankcase of debris.
The good news is you can just bolt on one of your new motors and be down the road again.
The only thing in my garage with 4 wheels is the lawnmower