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Flywheel/Piston question

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I received a used small block for my single stage Toro CCR - 3650 yesterday. I will be attaching the muffler, carb and flywheel to the block today. This might be a silly question but I will ask anyway before the engine goes back in. Do I need to position the Flywheel/Piston in a particular way or does it not matter?

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looking at the toro website for parts it looks like NO, tapered crank flywheel end with a fixed key way .
https://www.toro.com/en/parts/partdetails/?id=29465
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looking at the toro website for parts it looks like NO, tapered crank flywheel end with a fixed key way .
https://www.toro.com/en/parts/partdetails/?id=29465
Thanks 33 Woodie, I can get started this morning and hopefully get everything put back together and hopefully get her going!

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good luck just follow the shop manual which you can download from the toro website
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