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|D PATTERSON||I AM INSTALLING NEW PISTONS AND NOTICED THAT THE PISTONS HAVE OFFSET IN TOP. DOES THE OFFSET GO TO LEFT OR RIGHT WHEN YOU ARE SETTING ON TRACTOR SEAT. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP.
|biastocase|| The rods and rod caps have numbers stamped in them. If you put the new pistons on the same way as the old ones come off Just point the numbers on the rods as they came out. The pistons should have little arrows on them and I think, "operative word" is think they point to the front of the engine or fan and the numbers on the rods go toward the injector pump side of the engine. might want to look,try yahoo search massey tractor forum