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    sc washer failure pros

    just pulled pto found only 2 chunks of 1 washer that blew. no they aren't ceramic. but where else could they have gone? if not in pto area? nothing on or in filter


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    Quote Originally Posted by mbaseball3 View Post
    just pulled pto found only 2 chunks of 1 washer that blew. no they aren't ceramic. but where else could they have gone? if not in pto area? nothing on or in filter

    pull the front screen, youll find the rest there

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffTurbo601 View Post
    pull the front screen, youll find the rest there
    where's the front screen?

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    Front of the motor. The oil flller tube attaches to the oil pump assembly. Part #7 below is the screen



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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    Front of the motor. The oil flller tube attaches to the oil pump assembly. Part #7 below is the screen


    ugh I was afraid of that. back to knuckle busting

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    you guys are awesome!!! found dis beech! thanks a ton!

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    There are no pros!

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    just went through it found part of it there...never did find 1/4 of it ..i am going to put about 5 hours on it and check my screenagain ...

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    ^^^ that would scare the crap outta me knowing pieces are floating around in the engine.

    and when I get back home I have a pic to post because as I was looking for these pieces I found a chewed up pieces of metal. no idea where it came from at all. it looks like it coulda been a cap off of something but so far haven't found a missing anything.

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    I had one break into 7 pieces... Some in the front, some in the rear, damaged timing chain, and dual sprocket.

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