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Updated G reassemble question, w/ pic's

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David R Inman

12-02-2013 14:37:41




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Over Thanksgiving I was able to take these photos of the G motor my Dad is in the process of reassembling.

The first trys to show the way the front most thrust washer wants to fall, and the second is an attempt to make more visible the problem: as is the washer won't stay centered. This doesn't seam right.

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Mike(NEOhio)

12-03-2013 18:44:14




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 Re: Updated G reassemble question, w/ pic's in reply to David R Inman, 12-02-2013 14:37:41  
The offset of the timing gears should have been a giveaway. The pin in the spacer should engage the gear so it turns with the crank. When assembled the gear faces should be flush with one another.



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LeonR2013

12-02-2013 20:44:16




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 Re: Updated G reassemble question, w/ pic's in reply to David R Inman, 12-02-2013 14:37:41  
Never worked on a G but that large steel washer looking thing behind the crank gear looks funny to me. Could be backwards or is it part of the crank? Leon CMO



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Dick L

12-02-2013 16:51:08




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 Re: Updated G reassemble question, w/ pic's in reply to David R Inman, 12-02-2013 14:37:41  
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Richardmo

12-02-2013 14:50:29




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 Re: Updated G reassemble question, w/ pic's in reply to David R Inman, 12-02-2013 14:37:41  
The brass washer go on each side Looks like you both on one side.
Also I rember correct there are shims behind the gear to give the correct backlash when tighten up the front gear



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David R Inman

12-02-2013 14:58:55




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 Re: Updated G reassemble question, w/ pic's in reply to Richardmo, 12-02-2013 14:50:29  
You might be correct- that's the way we took it apart, but some previous owner had already taken it apart and may have thrown it back together wrong (for some reason Number 2 and 3 rods had no bearings when we bought it). We'll have to look at this possibility.



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JoeM(GA)

12-02-2013 16:18:36




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 Re: Updated G reassemble question, w/ pic's in reply to David R Inman, 12-02-2013 14:58:55  
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David R Inman

12-02-2013 16:26:43




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 Re: Updated G reassemble question, w/ pic's in reply to JoeM(GA), 12-02-2013 16:18:36  
Thanks Joe. After posting I read that page in the books you gave me, and see that the washers go one one each side of the main, not both on the pulley side.



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