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wisconsin valve question


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I have a Wisconsin model AENLD, serial # 3828782. We are in the process of putting it back together and need to know what the proper valve clearance should be set at? Also does anybody have an extra flywheel screen?
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According to my manual, intake valve clearance should be set at .008 and exhaust valve at .016 with engine cold.

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