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Thread: 4 Stroke Top end knock?

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    After starting her up again. I am starting to think I didn't assemble someone correctly on the inside of the right crankcase cover. I need to drain the oil and take that cover off again and verify. She fired right up though.

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    I really think it's some of these parts I didn't put together right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPDano View Post
    I really think it's some of these parts I didn't put together right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Canadian View Post
    Attachment does not come up on my end(?)
    I re-uploaded it. Can you see it now?

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    I was able to see it both times. I know that there are very particular tolerances for assembly of the right side. A service manual is essential, since it describes the order and arrangement of the teardown and reassembly process. Unless you've put many of these together, the parts manual is a poor substitute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doink View Post
    I was able to see it both times. I know that there are very particular tolerances for assembly of the right side. A service manual is essential, since it describes the order and arrangement of the teardown and reassembly process. Unless you've put many of these together, the parts manual is a poor substitute.
    Yes, I just took the old parts from the damaged cover and transferred to the new one. I do remember that I wasn't sure on re-assembly of the parts. The pic is mainly to show where I think my problem is.

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