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ID:	713838 A good repair will last the life of the engine. As for 030, nothing wrong with it but with either you need to crank this machine up as far as it will go. I agree with washer welding first, gives some shielding and lets you put some heat on. Second, a little metalurgy. I try, if it doesnt work often tweak a lock washer so the tang doesnt grab and weld a lock on first. Gives it a little twist power and agree with wrench rocking back and forth. This is no place to give up quick.
    Last edited by Sberry; 11-08-2021, 09:08 AM.
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