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Old 07-20-2014, 01:24 AM
Blm25super Blm25super is offline
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Default Re: Splitting the crankcase

That sounds like a lot to decipher rogergendron1 . Can you paste the link to your videos? I wanted to say that i have a fred chelminski cylinder and head going on this case so i dont wanna mess with those two and the piston. I am new to small engines and i have a lot of learning to do. Getting the shaft out is first so i can get to the crank and have someone balance it. I also want to replace the china bearings . Guess ill have to get them out and take em to a auto store so i can compare them.
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