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09-07-07, 12:30 PM   #41  
55 is well low for a two-stroke engine. I'd say you should remove the muffler and have a look at the condition of the piston and cylinder.

 
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09-13-07, 06:37 PM   #42  
don't see a way to remove it. the muffer goes underneath the mower and is covered by some plastic ring which I think protects the drive belt

 
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09-26-07, 06:51 PM   #43  
OK Im tempted to replace the rings sense I was told that new rings compression would be 120PSI so how hard is it to replace the rings on a 2 cycle F series engine I can get the rings for around $13 + shipping.

 
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10-09-07, 07:11 PM   #44  
ok sold it to a guy down the street for $5 and he got it running on 55PSI. something about bad gas or the mixture not right.i don't know but it wouldn't start for me

 
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