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I have a johndeere lx188 rider with fd501v water cooled engine.itsmokes under aload ichanged both headgaskets ichanged fuelpump ichecked reed valves ireplaced all pushrodstwo were bent whats left ken

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Were was the push rods bent at wich end was bent

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