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Old 08-15-2009, 01:38 PM
rknarr2 rknarr2 is offline
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I took the spacer flange part, 4137-121-1600, off and cleaned it up with soap and water. I then checked it for cracks and I found a stress crack along the entire side wall which was probably from a person who over tightened the bolt(s) that caused the stress crack to occur or when I took the bolt(s) out I caused the stress crack by pushing down on the bolt as I loosened it. In any case, I will have to replace it. Thank you lawnmom I will let you know after I get a new one if it fixes the lack of power problem. Regards, Robert
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