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well a few years ago my dad an i went to go plow snow. he when an started my 1250 an i got on the 1050. we let the tractors warm up an we went to back to the tractor an it wasent running. went to go start it no compression, so i let it go for a while then i took the head off an the choke flap screw came out and got sucked under the valve an broke it. "this also happened to the 1050 later on but i fixed it right away" so i figured i would put new ring and all the seals an stuff, well the motor is on the bench an im not busy today an i want to put it back together. i have the rod and pistion out. i was woundering what way the rod has to go in:confuse: do the part numbers go face in the block or out? help would be great thanks, sam
 

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Sam, I responded with the answer on MTF.

Doug
 

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If you don't mind, I will post your response here for future reference, so if others have the same question they will be able to find the answer here as well.

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Sam, according to the Wisconsin manual for the S12D: "Mount piston and rod assembly with the stamped number on the connecting rod boss facing toward the open end of the crankcase. Asseble connecting rod cap in like manner so that the two numbers are on the same side. ......Mount dipper so that cap nuts are acccessible from the open end of crankcase. Tighten connecting rod nuts to 24 foot pounds of torque."
 

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I don't mind at all. If I can get my scanner working, I should scan the entire manual for posting here.
 
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I have that one and the earlier one that covers the S10D and the S12D, so I guess I don't need to scan one after all.
 
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