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Old 05-06-2008, 03:29 PM   #16
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the nut should be as tight as you can get it...

and the flywheel should still turn the shaft freely....as in, not bind against the engine
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the nut should be as tight as you can get it...

and the flywheel should still turn the shaft freely....as in, not bind against the engine
you, nut is very tight, flywheel spins the shaft, but doesnt spin on the shaft , I hope its fixed!!!!!
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