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10-24-2006 03:24 PM  12 years ago
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sewu

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bearing change on OS50
The non-hyper version has a different carb than hyper one, between crankcase and carb, there is the Propeller nut, and it is very hard to pull it out, does anyone has a better way to do it ?

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10-24-2006 03:51 PM  12 years ago
Doug

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If you are refering to the "clamp screw" which holds the carb. just loosen it and twist the carb back and forth to remove.First member of Member of Bearings Anonymous
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10-24-2006 05:02 PM  12 years ago
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What Doug said, just want to clear up that it does not remove, it has a milled spot that fits around carb. ChrisChris
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10-24-2006 05:40 PM  12 years ago
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Yes I should have mentioned that the screw just clamps the two pieces of the "lock" together they will come out once you remove the carb. First member of Member of Bearings Anonymous
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10-24-2006 06:55 PM  12 years ago
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Another small tip with the carb clamp. After you loosen the screw in the clamp, but do not remove it, just give it a little push to separate the jaws of the clamp. Makes it a little easier in removing the carb, then just twist off the carb. DONE!
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10-24-2006 08:06 PM  12 years ago
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Good point, as the "jaws" tend to get imbedded in the plastic insulator.First member of Member of Bearings Anonymous
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10-24-2006 08:25 PM  12 years ago
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yes I am talking about the plastic insulator, when I need to heat up the crankcase to remove bearings, do I need to remove it ?Thanks
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10-24-2006 08:36 PM  12 years ago
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Take everything off the engine. ChrisChris
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10-24-2006 09:24 PM  12 years ago
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Ther is a slightly better than even chance that the insulator will stay on the carb. First member of Member of Bearings Anonymous
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10-24-2006 09:35 PM  12 years ago
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