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    Fs 90 bearing replacement

    Baxter, can you tell me if the screw in this picture is a keft or right hande thread? It is the screw which holds the drive disk to the drive gear. I can't change the rear bearing without removing ths screw and it is stuck fast. Thaks for your help.
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    RE: Fs 90 bearing replacement

    The screw at the back of the crankshaft is a left-hand thread. Turn it clockwise to loosen it.
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    RE: Fs 90 bearing replacement

    The picture is of the inside of the engine from the front. I already took out the back screw but I wasn't sure about the cap screw on the other side. Thanks any way but someone else was able to help me, it is a RH screw.
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