Yea, I reached in there with a screw driver to see if there was any grease / grime to clean out and I could feel and hear a thin, round metal shim or something in there that I couldn't dig out. It seemed to be loose enough around the crank that it would sling. Now I know what its for. I'm gonna pull the pulley back off and turn it 180 next chance I get to see if it takes some of the misalignment out. Ran it for about an hour yesterday doing light work. Seemed OK to run but I'm not comfortable running it at high rpms with the wobble.
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