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    GARY STEFFENEY

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    #203787

    gentlemen i’ve come into a model hd 25 and have just started on it,,, with the recoil there is a washer part nr. 41-192 by the parts book I cannot tell what type washer this is and what material its made of,,,any help would be appreciated,,,thank you,,

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    frankr

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    #203789

    Don’t remember the exact specs, but it’d just a thin flat washer (3) under the equilizer ring.

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    GARY STEFFENEY

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    #203794

    frankr ,, hey that really helps,,, appreciate it and fast too,,,,i’m short some of those funny springs may have to make them ,,,,,,,,

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    aquasonic

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    #203815

    Those tiny springs can be made from plain steel guitar wire. Ray Schaber published a procedure on how to make them.

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    GARY STEFFENEY

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    #203967

    thank you i’m going to give it a shot ,, going after material after memorial day,,,,should be fun,,,

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    aquasonic

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    #203977

    43A19520Starter20Springs

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    GARY STEFFENEY

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    #204260

    frankr,,, sorry to bother again,, i’ve made the springs and installed and flippers seem to extend and retract , when assembled it to flywheel and pulled cord nothing engages,, here comes the question.. what engages the flippers when the rope is pulled am I missing a part on this ,, thank for any advise or pics again,,,,

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    frankr

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    #204274

    The short end of the pawls (flippers–I like that) should be sticking outward when all is at rest. The springs should hold them out. When the motor is running, the longer ends of the pawls are flung outward by centrifugal force, working against the springs pressure. That retracts the short ends, disengaging the starter.

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    frankr

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    #204276

    Um, the other item is the “ratchet” cage thingy on the bottom of the recoil rope pulley. I don’t remember that as being a loose part that can be lost—or is it?

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