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Old 08-24-2008, 05:40 PM
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your going to have to disassemble the motor to get at them washers, you don't want them loose inside or they will do major damage. Good work on the motor mount but it looks like the motors been mounted too low down, when you fit the cowl, it might look odd but should work ok. You also want to put some holes in the ply to allow for air flow into the fuse.
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