11.Remove the rope retainer screw. Figure 28.
move any remaining
rope from around the pulley
12.Hold pulley housing
as shown in Figure 29 (in-
set). Hand turn pulley clock_dse as far as it _AI go.
notch is aligned with the housing notch next to the
pulley tab and screw. Figure 29.
14.Next, turn the pulley one complete turn counter-
clockwise until the notches are aligned again.
15.Insert the he_xwrench into the hole formed by the
to hold the pulley
ure 29 (inset-upper
16.Use a 42" length
(Curved Toward Clutch)
17.Move away 10 feet (3 meters) from the fuel tank
with the replacement rope. Use a match and melt
both ends of the rope to prevent fraying.
18.PUlI melted ends through
a thick, clean ragwhile
rope is still hot to obtain smooth, pointed ends.
19.Insert one end of the rope through the handle and
secure with a knot.
Leave a 3/16" pigtail behind
Figure 29 (inset-upper
other end of the roPe through the rope exit
hole into the inside of the housing, into the pulley
and up through
the pulley hole. Figure 29.
pulley ratchet and tuck loose end under the rope
at the pulley hole.
Figures 28 & 29.
Leave a 1
inch tail laying flat on top of the pulley between the
retainer rib and the retainer
The rope tail must not extend beyond the raised
circla on the pulley to prevent
the pulley tab_ Figure 29.
screw into the screw post.
Do not overtighten
23.Hold the rope taut at the rope exit hole so the
pulley will not move. Remove hex wrench.
rope to rewind slowly.
24.Make sure spacer is in place. See Figure 27.
verse steps I through 10 to re-assemble.
the nut until
Over or under
nut can cause engine
Rope Exit Hole
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