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Early cush drive engine shock absorber
« on: 26.05. 2018 16:31 »
As I've got my engine in pieces I've been taking photos for reference later. Here is a series of pictures showing how the early engine shock absorber goes together:

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Re: Early cush drive engine shock absorber
« Reply #1 on: 26.05. 2018 17:45 »
This is the assembly minus the spring and Sliding sleeve, (67-2055). This picture shows that the outer nut (67-2054) via the Cush Drive Bearing (67-2071) keeps the main bearing tight against the crankshaft endfloat shims, if fitted and the crankshaft so MUST be very tight.