Recovered home

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Bobreoc
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Re: Recovered home

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davidoft1 wrote:
Bobreoc wrote:https://ibb.co/QpjRyDQ


Well that’s the state of the crankshaft sprocket :shock:


WOW that’s impressively goosed :o

I still think you will need a new engine ;)

Yes agreed I bought a new engine a month or two ago, in the process of swapping it now. This engine is toast.

Bobreoc
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Re: Recovered home

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Cobra88 wrote:has that snapped due to using an airgun or has it hydraulic'd to start that fracture ?

Nasty

Really
Not sure I never removed the sprocket before the install.

Although investigating the broken engine I’ve also found the cam sprocket was loose, so I assuming the cam sprocket came loose first which threw the engine into lock

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