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Old 03-10-2006, 04:08 AM   #1
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Default Converting my OS .18CVR-X into a non pull start CVR


Does anybody know if it is possible to replace the pullstart from the OS .18CVR-X and put a plain backplate instead. I know I read somewhere that this is possible by grinding the one way bearing pin from the crankshaft but I need the specifics like how much I need to shave off.

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Just grind off the pin.Once the pin is gone stop grinding.And buy a backplate for it and your done.
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I actualy made the mod this weekend and it worked real fine.

Now let's fire up the sucka...
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