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Re: Time an 18 hp briggs

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12-25-2013 15:24:27

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I know that you got it figured out ,but I have been told that there is a a dot just like on the one cylinders, but it is located under the crank gear instead of on top of it. I work on small engines, mostly on Briggs, but it"s mostly been on one cylinders instead of twins. Another small engine mechanic that i used to work with told me about the dot underneath the one cylinders.


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12-25-2013 21:20:44

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 Re: Time an 18 hp briggs in reply to Whizkidkyus, 12-25-2013 15:24:27  
I'll look for the dot tomorrow. The video I watched showed a single cylinder, like mine, except it has an oil pump and filter. The video shows the small gear going on the crank first, then the cam is installed. When I put my old crank in engine to see how to put it back together, I had to install the cam first, then gear was flipped around so the smooth side was facing out, other wise I couldn't get the sump cover on all the way.

Hope the guy I'm doing this for free appriciates the work I'm doing.

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