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Next part off is the carburetor. Remove the four screws and it comes right off. Notice the caution plate is intact and in pretty good shape. 
With the carburetor off we now have access to the rod nuts. Remove the cotter pins and then the nuts. Now would be a good time to mark the rod cap and rod for reference. Just run a small file across on one side. I don't know if it can be put on wrong but why take a chance? 
The rod cap did not come off easily, so I will deal with it later. 
Moving to the opposite side of the engine we will now remove the cylinder. Four bolts held it on. 
Cylinder removed, exposing the piston and rod. 
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