The rod should be fine either way. The piston however will not if you happen to of flipped it around. Look through both your spark plug holes and make sure the notch in the piston is correct to leave plenty of room for the plug. I bought a B once that had one flipped around. Noticed it thr the plug hole. Rotated the rod over,numbers now on bottom,and it was fine. Previous owner did mention of a rare problem he had of crankcase explosion that blew out the valve cover gasket. I think that upside down piston may of been problem all along ?
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