OK Justin, I feel better now.
> ok there are two round wheels on each side, on has the belt
> next to it ans a regular bolt holding it on. the other side
> has a square hole it fit my medium size sock wrench i guess
> that is the idea, is that the one that is revers thread???
Yes, this is the magneto flywheel mount, but if you can, use an impact wrench as it is hard to stop the motor from turning. The other side is the clutch and requires a special puller.
> i know this is a big question but what is the each side and how
> do the work??
Unless you have a problem, you can leave the clutch alone. Under the mag. flywheel, the only thing you can do anything with is the points.
> lol are there any free pics of that section
> blown up,
Not that I am aware of except in the shop manual.
> and as far as electrical if it goes spark plug,
> plastic cap thing, wire, the thingamagig???lol what is
> thingamagig? thingamagig look like a plastice box kinda, the
> wire that comes off is hard to tell if it is good
That is the ignition coil.
> , i know i
> am asking for a whole book here, but more info is apreciated
> :) :) thanks a million ohh yeah that carb, there is that fuel
> nipple on the top on the fare end, what is the little nipple
> looking thing that is above the float bowl?? is some thing
> supposed to go on there, i took apart last week and now i am
> wonder if i am forgetting something. i can't wait to get
> this thing going.!!!!! ohh yeah what are the typical carb
> adjustments i should start with?? ok i am finished blabbing
I don't understand your description of the carb "nipples". Gas line is connected to the top of the float bowl, throttle and choke cables are connected through the top cap. There are no adjustments to this carb except idle speed so you can get it running, then adjust the idle so you can let go of the throttle.