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Intake valve too tight? RR :):)

Intake valve too tight?

RR :):)
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How about the axle key that goes in keyway on...

How about the axle key that goes in keyway on axle and engages with keyway in wheel hub? Probably fell out when you removed wheel, or stayed with wheel and was lost during transport to and from tire...
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Chrysler products with amp gauges are notorious...

Chrysler products with amp gauges are notorious for having loose binding posts on amp gauges which manifests as all kinds of electrical problems even to point of overheating wires and causing fire....
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If possible to fit the confines, I would use an...

If possible to fit the confines, I would use an oscillating saw. Very effective for your square hole requirement. Use a narrow straight blade and take your time.

RR :):)
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The distributor pickup coil is faulty. It needs...

The distributor pickup coil is faulty. It needs replaced. Requires a special puller after distributor removal. Remove drive gear and then shaft. At that time you will be able to get to the pickup...
06-07-19, 11:03 AM
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Surplus Center Any good farm equipment dealer. ...

Surplus Center
Any good farm equipment dealer.
These are weld up hub and sprocket combos.
Have used them for many years for different applications.

RR :):)
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High mileage?? Possibly timing gear/chain gave...

High mileage??
Possibly timing gear/chain gave way.


RR :):)
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There is a seal inside the transmission 'snout'...

There is a seal inside the transmission 'snout' that the input shaft goes through. Remove bolt ring from snout, remove it and examine inside the tube portion. You will find a seal inside there on...
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What you have is a brass/bronze bushing. Very...

What you have is a brass/bronze bushing. Very common . If you don't have an inside jaw puller designed for these pilot bushings, pack the entire cavity with heavy wheel bearing grease, find a bolt or...
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Possible rust out of pipe and/or fittings in well...

Possible rust out of pipe and/or fittings in well below water level and not allowing pump to build up pressure due to leaking. I have experienced this failure many times in my lifetime. Most recently...
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It goes in center hole of white plastic part in...

It goes in center hole of white plastic part in pic.
Don't remember which orientation, but should be obvious with parts in hand and looking at them.

RR :):)
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If it is a 2 stroke, put the reed valve on...

If it is a 2 stroke, put the reed valve on properly.

RR :*Big Grin*
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Check oil level. Your description sounds like it...

Check oil level. Your description sounds like it is about out of oil.
Those models were prone to problems,
Hope it is salvageable.


RR :):)
06-15-18, 02:04 PM
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You need to put a tiny amount of grease on the...

You need to put a tiny amount of grease on the point cam and rubbing block. Will slow the wearing of the rubbing block. What happened was the block wore down to where the points couldn't open. ...
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Are the plugs firing? Have you removed plugs and...

Are the plugs firing? Have you removed plugs and checked them for spark?
Think a new set of plugs might be in order here.

RR :):)
03-16-18, 05:03 PM
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"improved Porter" developed at Stephenville many...

"improved Porter" developed at Stephenville many years ago and proven to produce all season. A small tomato, but larger than a cherry tomato. Wife plants them every year with great results. We are in...
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After buying some "cheep" couplers that...

After buying some "cheep" couplers that continually leaked, I made the decision to only buy "Milton" type M couplers.
Have lots of air tools and hoses so use lots of couplers.. No air leaks with...
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Chrysler used fusible links for a lot of...

Chrysler used fusible links for a lot of electrical circuits in that model. They are short fuse wires spliced in the wiring where it takes off from main power block and/or battery. Give them a tug...
02-21-18, 01:40 PM
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Most definitely, YES! RR :):)

Most definitely, YES!

RR :):)
12-30-17, 01:33 PM
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RIP. Know you will miss him. RR :):)

RIP.
Know you will miss him.

RR :):)
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Crimping pliers for boot clamp on front wheel...

Crimping pliers for boot clamp on front wheel drive CV joint. Far right is a tool for aligning clutch disc when reassembling clutch. Can't really see the other tools , but next to far right looks...
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Automotive repair tools. First pic is assorted...

Automotive repair tools. First pic is assorted gear and harmonic balancer/steering wheel pullers.
Second pic is McPherson strut spring compressors. Looks like additional handles for power drill...
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Grease trap. Needs cleaned occasionally. ...

Grease trap.

Needs cleaned occasionally.

RR :):)
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My old eyes perceive a rubber washer caught in...

My old eyes perceive a rubber washer caught in the threads between hose bibb and hose screw fitting.
Rectify that problem with a washer replacement and your problem will be solved.

RR :):)
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I would be checking temperature sensors that feed...

I would be checking temperature sensors that feed information to computer.
You are describing a computer in "limp Home" mode because of sensor failure. The computer relies on sensors and especially...
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