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Hello all, I was wondering if anyone could tell me the direction of the New Cam thrust washer.
The problem is; New washer has oil grooves on one side only.
The old one has oil grooves on both sides, so it does not matter which way it goes.

Who would know the anser to this?
Thanks everyone.
 

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Hello all, I was wondering if anyone could tell me the direction of the New Cam thrust washer.
The problem is; New washer has oil grooves on one side only.
The old one has oil grooves on both sides, so it does not matter which way it goes.

Who would know the anser to this?
Thanks everyone.
To the front of crank.
 

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Thanks Biker.......Camshaft, but thanks for your time. It looks like it was one that was messed up from factory.
2nd new one has grooves on both sides.
 

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Assure to put the gasket in the right way,one way will plug the oil hole and ruin the motor.
 

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Thanks Biker.......Camshaft, but thanks for your time. It looks like it was one that was messed up from factory.
2nd new one has grooves on both sides.
Suspect it has been into and put in wrong.
 

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Since I am here, What about new pistons? Does direction matter with them?
Thanks for all the help!
 

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Do you have the motor apart,don’t recall any markings on the pistons.
 

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The end play for the crank is important,when you get the cover back on,the end gap needs checked and adjusted if necessary,in the picture I sent has that procedure in it,
 

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The end play for the crank is important,when you get the cover back on,the end gap needs checked and adjusted if necessary,in the picture I sent has that procedure in it,
The end play for the crank is important,when you get the cover back on,the end gap needs checked and adjusted if necessary,in the picture I sent has that procedure in it,
here’s a onan manual that you can find anything u .https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=2ahUKEwi2p-nuiaTmAhVCeawKHZBhDVQQFjAAegQIBRAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fmanuals.casecoltingersoll.com%2FServiceManuals%2FOnan%2520Service%2520Manual%2520965-0762_watermarked.pdf&usg=AOvVaw1Vx9uN6lJNzjqLK-pzRE60
 

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The end play for the crank is important,when you get the cover back on,the end gap needs checked and adjusted if necessary,in the picture I sent has that procedure in it,
 

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[/https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=2&ved=2ahUKEwi2p-nuiaTmAhVCeawKHZBhDVQQFjABegQIBBAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.scribd.com%2Fdoc%2F47347672%2FOnan-P216-P218-P220-P224-Service-Manual&usg=AOvVaw0cs8EuLtW-aIfFhCFM012l
 

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Copy this and past it to google,shop manual
 

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Thanks Biker, I have motor apart. Block is at machine shop (Taking forever) just trying to go over things before assembly. I do not have new pistons yet .30 over is all that were available. I had them sent to machine shop so I have not seen them. (Shop is 2 hr. drive from here),Thus me asking direction.
I have a manual (at the machine shop) so just getting my ducks in a row.
Sure do like all the advice/help here!
 
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