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Some of you may know that I said my C20CPR seemed to have a bent shaft. The block was taken apart at one time by someone, judging by the high-temp sealant between the block and reed plate. I took the block off of the C20CPR. Then, I took the block off of my 4600, cleaned it up, cleaned basically everything else that was on or going on the C20CPR. I assembled the mower and installed a new spark plug. I also put a better blade on it. I may have did some other things to this mower today, but probably too maby to list. It had some problems starting, but eventually it started and now it starts and runs great. The carb may need adjusting, but for now it's fine.

As for the 4600, I replaced the block and cleaned basically everything up and got everything back together except for the shroud/tank being off and some other things. The tank has a leak in it, how do I fix it? Thanks in advanced! Pics of it tomorrow. I really like the 4600's, but I might sell this one as I need the money and room.

For now, here is a pic of the C20CPR. Very nice mower. It may look hard to push and heavy, but that's not really the case.
 

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One more picture. This is of the block off of the 4600 that I put on the C20CPR. I took the reed plate off and took a look inside of the block, and everyhting looked great. So, I resealed it with high-temp sealant. Just figured I'd share this picture too.
 

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are the crank seals installed while putting the block halfs together, or pressed n after the fact?

Is there a part number for an entire rebuild seal kit, or just piece by piece?
 
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