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No valve movement on 320 John Deere lawn tractor.

Wanting to know if camshaft is run by gear or chain.

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The jd 320 lawn tractor is fitted with a 2 cylinder water cooled vertical shaft Kawasaki engine
parts numbered -j59051 and , I 59051 show it as a gear driven cam shaft
I would be looking for the rocker arm bolts loose /stripped, bent push rods or the key or the key that drives the crank gear has sheared

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