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My latest purchase, a 14.5” Bore 35 HP Superior, or is it?


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Old 12-26-2010, 09:16:10 AM
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Default Re: My latest purchase, a 14.5” Bore 35 HP Superior, or is it?

Hey Walt, the compression release roller goes on the pin on the rocker arm, it rides on the secondary lobe on the end of the sideshaft.
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Thanks Rich. Does any one have one of these that they would part with?
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Default Re: My latest purchase, a 14.5” Bore 35 HP Superior, or is it?

Walt, Jon Rozevink had a damaged compression release roller that for a 35 HP,
Don't know if it will fit but you might want to give him a call. Jon,s # is 419-789-1159
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I am working on piecing together a early 25 hp Superior. There is a 2nd lobe on the side shaft. But no stem for a copression release on the rocker. All i have is what looks like a cut down bolt holding my roller in...

Can someone send me some drawings and sizes of the pieces. I`ll just make one on a lathe.
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Thanks Rich. Does any one have one of these that they would part with?
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Keep in mind that nothing interchanges on Superiors, except for the mag bracket and governor. A cam roller for a 25 or 35 Superior wont fit a 20.
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