Author Topic: spacer between inner primary cover and engine crankcase  (Read 459 times)

Offline Topdad

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Anybody had trouble fitting this ,I'm going bonkers trying to sort this . Its the same spacer I took off which had been fitted correctly but now I find I can't line up all the holes . Can get the 3 larger primary screws lined but the the 2 engine ones are out and vice versa . Is the spacer sided ?? Any other ideas to help preserve my sanity !! *problem* *problem* *angry*
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Online metalflake11

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Flip it over. Put the side that is against the crankcases against the inner primary.
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removed my comment guys, didn't read the subject line correctly - ah the joys of septuagenarian-ism
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Thanks metalflake ,so it is sided ,never had a problem with it before so must have been more alert then !! *sad*
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Thanks metalflake ,so it is sided ,never had a problem with it before so must have been more alert then !! *sad*

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Thanks metalflake ,so it is sided ,never had a problem with it before so must have been more alert then !! *sad*

Please can I have a lert?
I've got a round tuit if that's any help *????*
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*** taking shower .... but i like you really !!!!
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