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The connecting rods are known as "knife and fork" rods in that one rod sits inside the other at the crankpin. The "knife" rod goes to the front cylinder. The "spline" shaft you're talking about is called the "sprocket shaft" and goes to the left (primary drive) side of the engine. Try this site.
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Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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