Posted by Duner Wi on December 10, 2012 at 08:37:15 from (220.127.116.11):
Engine is assembled and running order. Can the valves be adjusted with out taking too much apart. Factory manual shows adjusting valves before manifolds go on. Looks like if I removed velocity governor along with carburetor I might be able to get at valve adjusters. Maybe some tin work has to go too. Anybody done this? Reason I ask is I have a big click, knock, noise in engine. Never heard it till I put a quite muffler on it. I have never used this engine but have had it running on bench. Installed engine in skid loader along with muffler and now the noise.
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