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  • Re: Stud bolts turning in Crankcase

    by » 6 months ago


    Dear Johannsson,

    Figure  no:01

    Red marks are a central alignment hole for the crankcase only.

    Blue marked are free hole for studs, tightening on both sides .10mm socket can use here.

    white marks are thread, free studs are missing here. your case.

    Fig;02

    This figure shows that Blue marks bolt, tight through the 34 red marked bolt.

     

     

     


    Thank you said by: Tom Wilson

  • Re: Stud bolts turning in Crankcase

    by » 6 months ago


    Figure in details

    26914_2_Fig. 01 912UL crankcase open.jpg (You do not have access to download this file.)
    26914_2_912 ul c case.jpg (You do not have access to download this file.)
    26914_2_Fig 02 912 ul pic.jpg (You do not have access to download this file.)

    Thank you said by: Tom Wilson

  • Re: Stud bolts turning in Crankcase

    by » 6 months ago


    Yes, on figure 2 red arrows point to part nr. 34. This is the bolts that are turning inside the crank and i am unable to remove or thighten, so that i can thighten rods nr. 27 and therefore torque the cylinder according to the SB. This is my problem. Why is this bolt nr. 34 turning? I thought it was supposed to be threaded and thightened inside the crankcase?


  • Re: Stud bolts turning in Crankcase

    by » 6 months ago


    "That is the mistery, and is a poor design to a very reliable engine"

    Dear Johann, 

    Because you do not understand it, or have the proper training, it is a poor design????

    I know this is frustrating to you but why offend the engineering team? They are amazing and so dedicated. And they are human so have feelings like you and me.

    Dave


  • Re: Stud bolts turning in Crankcase

    by » 6 months ago


    Johann Johannsson wrote:

    Hello Mr Wang.

    Thank you for helping me with this problem. I just do not know why this hex nut is turning inside the housing. That is the mistery, and is a poor design to a very reliable engine. I am waiting for some new studs for the engine and will be replacing them all and will let you know if this will solve the problem.

    😘


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