- Petrol tank (4 bolts)
- Fuel line
- Oil stick
- Choke switch
- Primer with cover
- Exhaust protection and exhaust pipe
- Accelerator switch and springs
- Spark cap and spark plug
- Cylinder top (4 bolts)
- Belts for drive and blower from the drive shaft
I sprayed the WD-40 into the cylinder above the piston head and waited for a few minutes.
Then I took a big spanner and put it on the big nut on the drive shaft. I turned it slowly forth and back a few times since the piston head seemed to move again. Then I turned it all the way around a few times. I filled the engine with motor oil and pulled the starter 15-20 times. Then I used the electric starter a few times. Everything seemed to work like it should. The cylinder walls was ok as well. I putted it together, primed it and fired it up. I worked like it should.