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NEW ... Take a look at some of the equipment we use in our workshop for magneto servicing and overhauls.

 

 

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Reinstalling the magneto on the machine

 

Special tools required

  • The same tools used to remove it

  • Timing devices (consult your machine's service manual or appropriate web forum)

 

Procedure

Reinstalling the magneto involves the opposite steps to removal in reverse order. If you need a fresh gasket for the mounting flange and do not have one to hand, click here for a pattern that may be of use to you.

In addition, for chain driven magnetos, you will need to set the tension of the drive chain.

Lastly, you will need to set the ignition timing. Consult your machine's service manual or the appropriate web forum for your machine. If you do not have a timing disc and would like to make your own, you can download a pattern here.

 
 

Job finished!

If you would like printer-friendly version of the condensectomy instructions, please click here.

 
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