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    Senior Member RodneyReed's Avatar
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    Has anyone ever noticed that the parts diagram for the TW200 cylinder and the TW200 manual differ in the placement of the dowel pins? The parts diagram shows the two dowel pins going in the rearmost holes, with the o-ring going around the dowel at the oil feed on the right hand side of the engine/bike. The manual shows the dowels going in the two leftmost holes. Does anyone know which is correct?



    This is the parts diagram.







    This is the manual.




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    The 'o' ring goes rear right as you are sat on the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uktw125 View Post
    The 'o' ring goes rear right as you are sat on the bike.


    But do the dowel pins go both on the left as sitting on the bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney View Post
    But do the dowel pins go both on the left as sitting on the bike?


    Yes, dowels on the left 'o' ring on the right.

    I have just double checked a cylinder on the shelf and the right rear on the cylinder does not have a counter bored hole for a dowel pin so you can't really do it wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uktw125 View Post
    Yes, dowels on the left 'o' ring on the right.

    I have just double checked a cylinder on the shelf and the right rear on the cylinder does not have a counter bored hole for a dowel pin so you can't really do it wrong.


    Thanks, uktw125. That's what I thought, but I've already reassembled, and I wanted to make double sure. It's nice that it's "Murphy proof".

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