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MF-35 gas tank springs
|Tamper||Putting together a MF 35 and can't figure out where these springs for the gas tank go.
It also looks like there has been some rubber washers on the front mount of the gas tank. Is this right.
|garymck||The hold-down bolt (carriage) goes through the bracket on the tank, followed by a rubber washer, then through the bracket hole in the block, followed by the spring, washer and nut. Tighten. In short, the rubber washer sits on top of the bracket on the block to cushion the tank.
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