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    Default BCS 715 HELP needed! [Solved]

    Good Afternoon

    I recently purchased a BCS 715 with an Acme A220b engine in really good condition and of course it had a few things broken on it. The broken pieces were mostly plastic except for the Throttle linkage plate. It was broken however I took it apart so that my friend could weld it for me. Now that I've gone to put it back together with my crazy busy work life I have completely forgotten how all of the springs and links to the carburetor and throttle connect together. Is there anyone who also has an acme A220b engine who could take a photo of how it all links together? I would really really really appreciate it alot.

    Thank you

    Ryan


    I took a look at the poorly scanned BCS engine documents on their website that weren't there last week.... I was able to figure it out after that or so I believe I have.
    Last edited by dolomite792; 03-28-2013 at 09:06 PM.

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    Default Re: BCS 715 HELP needed! [Solved]

    Quote Originally Posted by dolomite792 View Post
    Good Afternoon

    I recently purchased a BCS 715 with an Acme A220b engine in really good condition and of course it had a few things broken on it. The broken pieces were mostly plastic except for the Throttle linkage plate. It was broken however I took it apart so that my friend could weld it for me. Now that I've gone to put it back together with my crazy busy work life I have completely forgotten how all of the springs and links to the carburetor and throttle connect together. Is there anyone who also has an acme A220b engine who could take a photo of how it all links together? I would really really really appreciate it alot.

    Thank you

    Ryan


    I took a look at the poorly scanned BCS engine documents on their website that weren't there last week.... I was able to figure it out after that or so I believe I have.


    Glad you got it figured out. I learned a similar lesson one summer when I changed out the bearings on my boat trailer. Got them all taken apart, got the new bearings, then realized I didn't know how to put it back together. Now, when I do something new, I take a picture at each step and reserve a space to layout the parts as they were removed, in exact order.

    Lessons learned. Gotta love 'em.

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