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    Thrust washer

    Anyone know what kind of material the thrust washer is made out of? I dropped mine down in the motor and b4 Itake hte PTO cover off to try and get it out I want to dip around with a magnet. might even try one of those scope cameras.. if its steel it would be pickable.. stainless might be harder. If anyone knows help me out.. its #21 on the diagram
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    You can pick it up with a magnet.
    When i want to remove the thrustwasher, i always use a magnet to be safe.
    Good luck!

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    I did the same on a friends when changing the head gasket - had to pull the motor - It was under the flywheel - couldn't get a magnet on it. Best luck. Sometimes you have to grin and bare it.

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    Shit.. so you had to pull the PTO cover off and it was down there? I am thinking it might be the same chit.. stuck under the flywheel, If I can get my hands on one of those little camera scopes I will try to find it.. if not ill have to pull er out. \how bad was it doing your buddy's?

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    Try sucking out the oil from the PTO cover area first. You may get lucky and be able to get with a magnet.

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    I've pulled at least 10 motors out and removed the PTO - it's not that bad - having a friends help makes it easier.

    Remove injectors (2 bolts)
    Remove intake and lay over the side (disconect all the conectors - one under intake hard to see)
    Remove Driveshaft C clip
    Remove pump and drive shaft
    Remove J pipe
    Disconnect the plumbing
    remove engine bolts (3)
    lift motor with hoist to remove starter wire and front hose and 3 ground leads
    Drain oil fom plugs
    when you remove the PTO cover - oil will come out
    Good Luck

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