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Offline Fish

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Re: Broken Bar Stud 039
« Reply #10 on: February 17, 2014, 09:02:28 am »
Problem with trying to heat it, is that it is on the other side of the crankcase..

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Re: Broken Bar Stud 039
« Reply #11 on: February 23, 2014, 04:08:33 am »
If it's broken flush with the pan, just disassemble the saw. Less chance of collateral damage that way. I use ice cube tray to put the parts in as I take it apart to I can work backwards when assembling. You will have over 100 parts and pieces on the bench by the time you get the engine out so some method of organization is important if you don't have a photographic memory.

If you use heat to get the stud out, you'll probably want to reseal the pan to the cylinder.

 

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