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Re: 2072

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R Bedell

09-19-2013 02:42:28

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billy the kid:

The 2072 rolled out of the Factory with a Kohler M-20. If that engine is still in it, then the rear Engine Shroud has to come off to gain access to the Ignition Module. So, YES, the engine will have to be at least unbolted and moved forward, and/or removed.

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billy the kid

09-19-2013 14:26:53

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 Re: 2072 in reply to R Bedell, 09-19-2013 02:42:28  
Thanks, I started the project today!
The bolts for mounting the engine are a sun of a *&^%$ to get at.
Runs ok till you shut it down when you come back ten minutes later no spark. I have to let it sit for an hour or better be for it will start again.

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09-19-2013 17:07:32

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 Re: 2072 in reply to billy the kid, 09-19-2013 14:26:53  
You can leave the engine attached to the mounting plate. Take out the six bolts from underside, slide motor and plate forward and lift out of the frame and set it on top of the frame. Remove the little dust shield by the flywheel cover and you can get the cover off. Takes about an hour and a half to do the job.

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billythe kid

09-20-2013 08:15:30

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 Re: 2072 in reply to ANON, 09-19-2013 17:07:32  
thanks that is so helpful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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09-21-2013 06:31:57

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 Re: 2072 in reply to billythe kid, 09-20-2013 08:15:30  
Take the time to blow everything clean inside the cover--grass and dust tend to collect in the fins and around the magnets under the flywheel.

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