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aaron
you have to ask yourself,
DO you feel LUCKY?
if it landed on the gear,
you could do major damage.
if it landed on the bottom of the front cover,
or in the oil pan,MAYBE, OK???
ALWAYS use a cotton rag in that hole,
if you are not doing a complete tear down.
when doing final assembly, the front
cover is after the final valve install.
thank you boomer (the used onan engine parts guy )
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Well I pulled the timing cover and there it was laying right in the bottom. I can see where that could have been bad I didnt know all those gears were in the front like that. Oh well now I will reseal the front of the engine.
 

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After I found the lost keeper and put the timing cover back on I'm wondering if that roll pin on the governor ended up back in the hole it goes in to. If the hole on the camshaft doesn't line up with the roll pin will the cover go on all the way?
 
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