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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by EARTH5, Jan 20, 2013.
Mine were in the package and couldnt get a good view. So to make the children happy I opened it. End of story. I was trying to help the poster, not satisfy the Kids.
On a related note, does anyone know what the design gap is between the bushing/bearing and the crank? or to put it another why, what are the respective diameters of the crank and bushing ID?
It's not likely that Kaw is going to design a brand new, never before seen, bushing for this application, so it should be a standard part. (Plain PAP bearing 4020 from what I have gathered. 40mm ID, 20mm width, 44mm OD)
Excess crank wear beyond tolerances is the only thing that would make bushing replacement insufficient in a rebuild. A worn crank around the rods should be the only other reason a crank would need replacement. Though, if Kaw sells bearings for an undersized crank, that would solve that issue.
Outstanding! Thanks John!
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Atleast someone likes me on here, LOL .. Just trying to help the guys.
Good work John
I might need to slow down with the help. Dont want to ruffle any feathers
you can get guides for the heads here. http://www.goodson.com/Universal-Repair-Valve-Guides/
They will have to be machined to fit
Just so you know the poster is working on a Vertical shaft engine. The parts may all be the same. I do not know and not going to check as I never see Horizontal shaft Kawasakis. Just wanted to point that out that some parts could be different between an FH680V and FH680D.