Yes Merlyn, you do not even know how much I appreciate your remarks. because I know that I will not find them in the workshop manual ... It's good that you want to work with me with your experience. As you know, I do not have too much, because I had to find these codes in music .. That's why your help is great .. I now add my cody and maybe something good will be ...Merlyn said:Most interesting Andrew but you won't find the answer to my question in the workshop manual, you will only find it by experiences caused by working on this type of engine.
It was, as I said a very common occurrence caused solely by not decoking the engine.
The excessive backpressure, as shown by the gauge on the control panel clearly showed the fault.
The bar magnet was used to get the broken part of the engine out, when ground correctly this part, being made of carbon steel would make an excellent addition to your tool box.
A crosscut chisel f.o.c.
That crank, sure it's not a wrist watch crank?
Think about the back pressure load on parts caused by excessive carbon build up on two strokes.
Well, this is the next part of this war ...J.A.W. post_id=772750 time=1529471448 user_id=27109 said:F/A, its all very well..'waxing lyrical' - about USA civil war tech.. but don't dis' them good ol' southern boys of the CSA..
Here's the CSS Hunley.. 1st combat success for a submarine.. & how's about that... for a crank-rod propulsion linkage..