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Offline jmester

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Re: 028S - worn piston
« Reply #10 on: November 13, 2016, 07:17:57 am »
Check your gmail. I don't have one for the 029. The one that I sent is for the MS 290-390. It will work just fine. There is only some minor differences from the 0 model to the ms model 029-290. Hope it helps, don't hesitate to ask questions as that is why we all come together to help each other. Looks like it had a lean running condition based off the scoring on the exhaust side of the piston. Could be caused from many things lean carb setting,crankcase air leak are some of the more common ones.
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