Originally Posted by piston slapper
At first glance I figured ...just like you guys..that the wristpin slid out and pivoted..causing the break in pin boss opposite the gouge in the cylinder..
If that had been the case..it would have broken both pin bosses , or at least damaged the other one bad enough to give the piston a consistant knock or rattle..
Cmon Fish....you're reading right past the good parts....
They say a picture paints a thousand words. Not sure what you're reading into the picture.
When your the one signing off on the warranty your opinions must be based on FACTS..
All you guys were Stumped....just in time....needed to throw another Stump in the BBQ..