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      rfunk replied to the thread K321 Rebuild.
      So, further examination, muffler off, the threads in the block are good, it's the threads on the exhaust elbow that gave out. Before I...
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      rfunk replied to the thread K321 Rebuild.
      Checked the holes with a bright light, there were threads there at one point. Damaged and rusted now. I'll have to move the muffler to...
    • rfunk
      rfunk replied to the thread K321 Rebuild.
      I wish . . . the holes are really rusty, so even if they were threaded originally, the threads are gone. I'll have to remove the rust...
    • rfunk
      rfunk replied to the thread K321 Rebuild.
      Update question: the exhaust port threads are gone. The exhaust elbow will not stay in place. Has anyone cleaned out and tapped the...
    • rfunk
      rfunk replied to the thread Starter Generator Test.
      Absolutely. Had mine (CC149) done last year. Tired of having to put a battery maintainer on it all the time. Was about $120 Canadian...
    • rfunk
      So they fixed the design error in the older models, with the bearings in the middle. I bet it lasts a lot longer without a rebuild...
    • rfunk
      As our gurus have mentioned in the past, having someone hold a voltmeter across something like this, then cranking it, will show bad...
    • rfunk
      One last update- it was actually corroded ends on the starter wire at the solenoid. I cleaned the ends on the wires, ground connection...
    • rfunk
      Was going to get the original drive fitting for the flywheel repaired for my 149, shop machined a new one-piece, which I then used to...
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