Posted by Notjustair on September 07, 2012 at 19:17:35 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Briggs question posted by Notjustair on September 07, 2012 at 18:42:21:
My brother lacks the mechanical knowledge to realize that keeping the old one was important. Realizing that putting some parts in the old shroud was pretty easy escaped him as well. I guess you would call him dangerous.
It is just the good old L-head engine. With my luck something about the innards changed, though. I remember that it was the first time I saw the 206 cc designation being advertised in larger script on the shroud. I even remember where the orange price sticker was stuck on the shroud. I wish that photographic memory applied to the model and serial number information! The shroud that is on there seems to be a bit older than the engine (and is painted bright orange and says Monkey Wards on it!). Do I buy parts for those numbers and hope for the best?
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