I have a Wheel Horse C175 tractor, with a KT 17 engine. It started throwing gas up through the carb, and running on one cylinder. I pulled the head on the cylinder with no compression, and found the intake valve standing open. It was not hooked to the spring anymore. I opened the valve keeper hatch, and found the keeper broken, and laying down in the galley bottom. I still have to find new keepers, and figure how in heavens name, How I am going to put it on, in that limited space. I think I can compress the spring and put 2 zip ties around it, but have no idea of how to get the keeper on. anyone tell me how you do it?
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