- Aug 7, 2017
good point i shall do the same
As was mentioned before the inner sheilds should be removed and it's up to you weather you leave the outer sheilds in place or not it won't hurt or do anything.For those whom stuff the case or improve the pumping efficaintcy then leaving the outer sheilds in place helps to retain the function of the crank seals.The clutch shaft can have both seals it's not turning high rpm like the crank.Can anyone confirm that 2 stroke engines can not have seals on the mains? what will happen if they do. I want to come up with some info.
lol, ive had that happen before as well, helped my neigbor fix his lawn mower multiple times (even replaced the belt too) now he has a grudge on me becuase his pos mower didnt start after 5 months of sitting, and he blames ME for it (saying that i broke it, and i should fix it even thought i fixed the damn thing for free)Ugh this guy is frustrating he now has a grudge on me because he saw the seals I took off the bearings and he won’t listen when I say it’s fine. I’ll let him do it himself and he’ll find out 50 miles down the road. The funny part is I was working on his engine for free. Not gonna buy him anything or work on anything again. Ignorance is no excuse for a grudge, although the guy is kinda older and paranoid.