First thing I checked the compression and found 110 on both sides. Cleaned and gaped the plugs. Grounded them against the engine and turned it over. Both plugs arched ok. Reinstalled the plugs and tried to start. No luck. pulled the plugs again and saw no signs of fuel.
Worked on the steering gear today. The wrenches needed was 13/16 and a 15/16. Not a very common size. Tried to remove the can follower but it will not unscrew from the outside. It has to be screwed all the way to get it out. You can't do that without removing the main shaft out. You don't have enough room to do that unless you remove the steering column. I just did that on a 1650 and it was not a fun job. So I am just going to leave the cam follower installed and install the Ross easy steering upgrade. I did that on the 1650 and it made a big difference. All it is a harden washer, thrust bearing, and a lock nut.