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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2013 2:14 pm    Post subject: kubota Reply to specific post Reply with quote

i have this tg 1860 diesel lawn mower that has a bad rod bearing on #2 rod. bought it recently the guysaid he quit running it about 2 years ago when it started making nois he told me he thought it ha a rod noching. got it running didnot sound like a rod to me. starts and runs pretty good altho it had some nois that i didnot like. #1 & #3 ROD BEARING LOOK LIKE NEW THEN iremoved the oil pickup to acces #2 rod cap it was scratced up pretty good. went to remove crank. went to ceck timing marks for crank and the other gears thar is when the fun began i need some help on proper setting of the gearing. thanks
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