Re: qt60

Jamie /
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Be sure to report back after you turn the piston around. Let us know if it fixes your problem or not. The shop manual is so lousy that it doesn't even mention the arrow on the top of the piston. My machinist told me to be sure to point the arrow on the piston towards the exhaust port. I wouldn't have even thought it made a difference. He told me if I put the piston in backwards that it would snap the rings off on the first revolution of the crankshaft. Apparently it took a little bit longer than that for you, but it sounds like he was right.

Jamie

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  qt60Topic by: chad chad 06/18/09 01:35AM
  Re: qt60Re: Jamie Jamie 06/18/09 08:06AM
  Re: qt60Re: Ryan Ryan 06/18/09 08:30AM
  Re: qt60Re: Jamie Jamie 06/18/09 12:21PM
  Re: qt60Re: chad chad 06/18/09 01:15PM
  Re: qt60Re: mauvescorpion mauvescorpion 06/18/09 04:53PM
  Re: qt60Re: Jamie Jamie 06/18/09 08:27PM
  Re: qt60Re: ᴛᴇʀʀʏ ᴅᴇᴀɴ ᴛᴇʀʀʏ ᴅᴇᴀɴ 06/18/09 08:50PM
  Re: qt60Re: chad chad 06/19/09 06:51AM
  Re: qt60Re: Ryan Ryan 06/19/09 07:55AM
  Re: qt60Re: Jamie Jamie 06/19/09 08:29AM
  Re: qt60Re: Chad S. Chad S. 06/30/09 12:59AM
  Re: qt60Re: Chad S. Chad S. 06/30/09 01:00AM
  Re: qt60Re: tired tired 06/30/09 01:35AM
  Re: qt60Re: tired tired 06/30/09 01:38AM
  Re: qt60Re: chad chad 07/02/09 12:39AM

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