Australian AMECO Seasprite Outboard

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Re: Australian AMECO Seasprite Outboard

Post by Oyster 49 » Mon Nov 19, 2018 9:21 pm

I bet they love the "Silly jobs" I would :P

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Re: Australian AMECO Seasprite Outboard

Post by AusAnzani » Tue Nov 20, 2018 2:09 am

Charles uk wrote:I think your brave tackling that job.

Hows the big end pin held in location? Interference or Weld?

Difficult to tell from your pictures.
Brave or Stupid, I don't really know. lol.

Will not be running her so I'm ok with how its come up. Lots of excellent Youtube videos on small crank alignment, however most are for cranks with full circular lobes, making alignment much easier.

Youtube can be a wonderful educational tool. One just needs to be smart enough to weed out and ignore the BS. BS in this case is not an abbreviation for British Seagull lol

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