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Offline Moparmyway

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Re: Removing flywheel
« Reply #10 on: December 07, 2015, 07:07:45 am »
I spray a liberal amount of Acetone mixed 50/50 with ATF at the flywheel/crank interface
Then I take the flywheel nut and make it just a hair taller than the threads on the crank

Now I grab the outside of the flywheel directly in line of where the key is



I use the air hammer with the taper point bit, put the point right in the crank taper and give her a blip or two ........... easy peasy

 

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