Topic: Re: Gravely Tractor
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Bob, we're talking about the engine sprocket, right, not the one on the starter?
On one I did from the 1950's, the starter sprocket was screwed on, while the fan pulley was pressed on.
Ben W. from VA
Re: Gravely Tractor in reply to SuperABen, 02-02-2013 17:32:48
Yes, I am going to install the piston, and cylinder now. Cleaned up the piston and noticed on the exhaust side there is some damage on the top, to about 3/16 from the top piston ring. Don't know if this may be part of my problem, or if it is what Richard told me years ago, that the crank is misaligned. Probably both? Thank you.
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