Parts needed fast
a.sigal at bluewin.ch
Thu Oct 19 18:06:10 EDT 2006
Bret is right, pins are simple to redrill - replace, and if ring gear is
missing teeth that's not expensive to replace either, but yo have to
establish which physical part hit the pin and the sensor to start with,
and that needs opening the engine.
After that you'll know which step to take.
Brett Dikeman wrote:
>On Oct 19, 2006, at 3:51 PM, Tom Donohue wrote:
>>Found one "MC2/3B flywheel" on the
>>marketplace and am awaiting an answer from the seller whether it is
>>available (and whether this is the correct item for 3B motor)
>I -think- so, but I'm not positive; I don't recall if the MC2 and 3B
>clutches are the same diameter, for example. Also:
>I believe the common solution is to weld the pin(s) back on, rather
>than source an entirely new flywheel. Any reasons not to go that route?
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