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bad compression release valve do a valve job and put in new valves or crank bearings bad do short block better just by new engine save the head ach with the motor valve job 100.00 per cylinder short block 300.00 or 400.00 plus 150.00 to put to gether best buy new tractor
That is not generally an issue, and I don't know how you could check clearance after the starter is bolted up. As long as you have the correct starter and the starter shims, if the old or original starter had shims, then the clearance should be right. You can check the starter drive gear that engages the flywheel-if it is worn badly, replace the drive gear, or the starter if you don't want to take the starter apart.
I once had this problem on a chevy and found the after market starter holes made the engagement too tight. Drilling larger holes solved the problem, allowing a little clearence between the gears when meshed.
Check the repair manual. Search it over the web or buy it. To set the valve clearence is more than knowing the clearence itself. The procedure should be described very well in the manual. Is worth have it.
Check valve clearence on both sides, you may as well. Seriously, to check that it is a valve fault, get a piece of wood, 2"x2" about 2ft long, put it on the valve cover, the 2"x2" end, put the other end to your ear, if you hear a click through the wood, take the valve cover off and check the clearence, then tighten up to tollerance, that should solve the problem mate. If not mail me and I have a few more ideas. Regards Dave.
doulbe check the grounds, & you might need to add and extra ground wire to the bike, closer to the starter. This should help. There is a valve that release the compression when you kick it off.You might see if you can pull this release the compression valve while pushing the start button????