I had an old Briggs 12 hp engine that i had to open up to check the innards. This engine must of been run low on oil at one time. I found the recessed "boss" where one end of the cam-shaft fits in the block was worn rnough to allow the cam to lean away from the timimg gear, and fall out of time! So, i sat down and figgered out how to keep the cam in mesh until i could slide the sump down onto the block. I cleaned the shaft of the cam and also the crank-shaft, and made a loop of masking tape, installed it around both shafts, and installed the sump. It worked great. It held the cam in mesh with the crank gear. And made the job much easier. RJ
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