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Help Identify MM M602 Part

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Bruce Nelson

10-07-2017 07:39:07




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I am almost finished assembling an M602 gas engine. This came to me in a basket and I have one part that I can not find a home for (left over parts). It is a round steel pin that is 1/4" diameter and 4" long. Can anyone tell me where it belongs?




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MMDEL

10-10-2017 08:03:03




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to Bruce Nelson, 10-07-2017 07:39:07  
YES

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MMDEL

10-09-2017 10:09:30




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to Bruce Nelson, 10-07-2017 07:39:07  
Sorry I am only on the computer on the week day mornings. not in the PM or weekends. Kevin is right. the 602 parts book calls it a metering rod #10A18932 Quantity 1. It goes in the back block. There is more oil flow to the rear block than the front. However I have seen engines that owners have restricted both blocks. After you get it running you will have to check out the oil supply to the rockers over all. Too much oil to the rockers tends to enhance oil being sucked through the intake valves into the engine and also harder to keep from leaking out the rocker cover and all over the engine. A good fast drip is sufficient to do the job.

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MMDEL

10-07-2017 08:32:07




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to Bruce Nelson, 10-07-2017 07:39:07  
My first guess would be the oil restraint that goes in the oil tube to the rocker arms.

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Bruce Nelson

10-08-2017 07:33:04




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to MMDEL, 10-07-2017 08:32:07  
Inside the pipes that come up from the block? Please help. Could you be more specific?



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kevin moschenrose

10-08-2017 08:21:04




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to Bruce Nelson, 10-08-2017 07:33:04  
Yes that is what he meant. That was MM quick fix of not have too much oil volume over the top of the rocker arm assy.



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Bruce Nelson

10-09-2017 08:03:45




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to kevin moschenrose, 10-08-2017 08:21:04  
Does that mean that I should have two? One for each head? Thanks so much for your help.



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kevin moschenrose

10-09-2017 10:58:15




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to Bruce Nelson, 10-09-2017 08:03:45  
Nope just the one is all.



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Bruce Nelson

10-09-2017 11:21:37




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to kevin moschenrose, 10-09-2017 10:58:15  
Front head? Rear head? Toward the center of the head? Toward the ends of the head? Put the rocker oiling pipe in and just drop the 1/4"x 4" rod into one of those oil pipes? Thanks for helping



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Bruce Nelson

10-10-2017 06:01:38




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 Re: Help Identify MM M602 Part in reply to Bruce Nelson, 10-09-2017 11:21:37  
I understand now, there is only one place to put it in each block. Do I just drop it in the long feed pipe? Thanks for your help.



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