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while replacing eng. I removed elec. pto and am wondering what signs of wear I should be looking for ? also this new to me cckb has a plate over hole where fuel pump was on my k.a. is this typ. meaning I should go elec. pump. I saw post and art. on this before. did the k.b's use the same fuel pump as k.a.? I dont want to mount old pump as it leaked fuel. unless I can get the equiv. of a rebuild kit. also must I use the front carb heat shield with this eng.

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I'd forget the old fuel pump and go with the electric pump. But they are the same. I would recomend useing all the availiable heat shields. The heat off the muffler is substancial. It's enough to melt the top on the bat. Just think what the excesive heat would do to your engine parts. Almost forgot, check out the bearings in the clutch and look at the epoxy holding the coil inside the hub. If this comes loose it'll pull the coil into the rotateing group and it's toast.

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