How critical is the oil slinger on the N62 motor? I put mine in backwards and smashed it when I put the crank on. Can I just beat it out and reuse it (maybe not perfectly flat at the big side and not quite equal all the way around) or am I going to have to replace it?
Re: Earthmaster/continental motor Part in reply to a.w.davis, 12-08-2011 22:08:49
I would think you could hammer it back to close and it should work I think its in there to get oil on to the cam gears etc so a few wiggles may make it work as good or better(?) If you end up needing another one I have one I'd part with.
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