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  1. Dear sirs, let me show our work. We have repaired three old soviet scooter.This is favorite soviet scooter Tourist. He has two-stroke engine, electric starter,200 cc; engine and 12 horse power))
  2. it's been great weather here and the bike had been running great until yesterday. Late yesterday a rattle developed in the left cylinder. I had 1500 KMs on the bike since I last adjusted the valves so I thought today would be a good day to do it. Removed the valve cover, loosened the cylinder head stud nuts a quarter turn and torqued the first one to 22 lbs/foot. It stripped! The second one, I decided to remove the nut to see how it looked and it was stripped. One by one, checked all of the them on both sides and they are all stripped.... Not sure why all of them are stripped and if they had stripped when I torqued them over 1500 KMs ago, I'm surprised they held. I'm sure it's operator error or something. So, I guess I learn how to replace the cylinder head studs and see what happens next. Always an adventure with my 98 Ural Tourist.
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