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Piston and rod removed. Gentle tapping on the rod bolts broke the cap loose. Use a small punch and be careful not to damage the threads. 
Rings are free and the piston is in great shape. 
Now it's time to work on the starter. The first step is to remove the cover. Arrows show the two bolts to be removed. The one on the left is already out. 
The blue arrow shows the cotter pin that holds the return spring. Remove it and slide the starter pedal off the shaft. Remove the cotter pin shown by the red arrow and remove the gear. Be careful not to lose the four small balls behind the gear. 
The red arrow shows the cover we have to remove. The oiler, not visible, has to be removed. Blue arrow points to area it is in. 
Another view of oiler nut. 
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