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Timing Shims on TD 051

Post  holderlin on Thu Sep 01, 2016 1:47 pm

Hello all,

with the idea of using one of the round COX mufflers on my TD 051 (with SPI)  I put a timing shim (from the three shims set) under the cylinder and there the trouble was: The diameter of the timing shim is too big and prevents the muffler to slip over it.

Any ideas how to get over this?

Regards Armin
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