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Old 12-05-2012, 02:24 PM
rjtlawncare rjtlawncare is offline
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Location: CINCY OHIO
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Originally Posted by Restrorob View Post
Looks like water has sat in that port at one time rusting and pitting the valve stem, Cleaning the port out and replacing the valve will likely solve the issue.

Oil the new valve stem before installing.......

That cylinder/piston doesn't look too good, Can you post a better/closer shot ?
Thanks Restrorob for the reply,

I will take a closer pic of that piston. The top is covered with carbon but the cylinder walls have no scratches or pits. It looks good inside.

Quick Question: When i had it running(running on one cylinder) and shut it off after about 3 min of run time. I would find that the side that was bending the push rods, THAT SPARK PLUG WOULD BE FULL OF OIL(Dripping). WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?????
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