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350 gtr rebuild
« on: May 28, 2009, 01:07:45 AM »
I took apart my 350 gtr motor. split the halves and cleaned out the inside housings and gears. i did not take any of the trans gears out. just the kick shaft to replace the spring and catch piece.i put the halves back together and i am wonering why the kick shaft wants to turn when i turn the crank shaft. it will ratchet sound on way.the other way it will seem to snap with a revolution of the crank. i am thinking that there shouldnt be any involvment when i turn that piston crank up and down. the kick starter should not be interacting when the engine is turning. i need some help on this. anyboby have any expertice. thanks, ??? scott. 

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Re: 350 gtr rebuild
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2009, 06:28:09 PM »
Scott  The 350 KS shaft needs to be installed correctly otherwise it will turn all the time and break the spring, if fits in the case
a certain way, just play with it, upon installation and you will "see" it

Sam Keys



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