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Old 01-03-2005, 01:36 PM   #1
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In a OS 12 TR engine does the oiling port for the connecting rod go towards the cut out of the crank or the access opening?

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You want that hole facing the front of the engine.

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Then towards the output shaft?

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Then towards the output shaft?

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you are ok as long as you don't see the oiling port on the con. rod after you put everything back together.
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