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Old 09-20-2009, 10:33 AM
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i am installing the rings and i was wondering doesit matter where the ring gap is placed? like should the gap in the ring be closest to the exhaust, intake, pto, or mag????
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Look closer....there's a locator pin in the ring groove at the REAR (intake side) of the piston.
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There is also a top and a bottom side to the ring.. The top side, will have some markings/letter on it..

Put the rings ont he piston and check and see if, when you squeeze them, the "fling" back freely.. If they get stuck, then you have them on upside down

Kelsey
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