Thank you! Sounds like you've done a few. I did some homework, and learned that brass tube is called a "pilot tube", and it is cheap to buy, as is the seal kit. As for timing, I found the TDC mark on the flywheel, and pulled the energy cell plug on #1 to be sure it was on it's way up on a compression stroke ( finger in the hole test,lol). I could not find the FP mark on the flywheel. I think it is supposed to be 24 to 26 degres before TDC?? I'm betting it is just covered in crud. I feel confident I can get the motor barred over to the right place. I'm going to try and include a link to a video of my project. I'd love to have an experienced set of eyes see what I'm seeing in this pump. I have over 60 videos shot, but I'll try and add a link to the one with me examining the internals.
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