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Model 82 Teardown Question


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Default Model 82 Teardown Question

Never played with an 82 before. How does one go about disassembling the main bearing housing/remove the crankshaft? Have the mag assy. off, but don't want to go farther without a little direction.
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Default Re: Model 82 Teardown Question

after the flywheel and backing are off, just remove the four bolts holding the main bearing
on. the bearing and crank shaft should pull straight out.you may have to pry the gasket away from the main bearing and block. thats all there is to it. have fun!!!!
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Default Re: Model 82 Teardown Question

Ok, I'll tear into it. Engine was found in a ditch. Very rusty. No fun to pull something apart only to find I skipped a step and hurt something.
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