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Offline mweba

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How to video thread
« on: March 22, 2011, 12:29:28 pm »
How to video thread.

Short vid of splitting a case with a homemade press.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mT0oJ-0s758

Showing progress of a "woods port"  Left side is untouched, right is ground out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeUh3ud-yOw

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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2011, 12:37:52 pm »
Checking squish with solder above wrist pin.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0Wuco9FOoo

Flywheel removal using Husqvarna "knocker" service tool

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDDtDYUkNkQ

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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2011, 12:43:18 pm »
How to cut a cookie  ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP3sIlwPS5E

Installing bearings using a freezer and oven.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COIrvOZ3L-A

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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2011, 12:57:50 pm »
Neat idea of putting  how to's on video. Thanks for sharing them here and hope the video's continue.  8) ;D
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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2011, 08:13:35 pm »
Nice vids mweba.

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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #5 on: March 28, 2011, 08:26:48 pm »
(Flywheel removal using Husqvarna "knocker" service tool)

What keeps this tool from messing up threads and exactly how does it work? Does it have something inside to take up shock to threads?

I usually just put the nut on 3/4 on and tap till fly breaks loose. Yesterday I had a impossible fly to break loose. So when I went to remove nut it removed the threads on the crank end and also stripped out the threads inside the fly nut.

So I broke out my mini 3 jaw and pulled fly right off.

Put new flywheel and new nut back on and all was good to go with a buggered up crank end.  :-[

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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #6 on: March 29, 2011, 01:57:35 am »
The Mac service school told us to hold the flywheel with a pair of pliers and tap the crankend after loosing the flywheel nut and wind it to the end of the threaded section then tap with a copperfaced hammer and PRESTO.
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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #7 on: March 29, 2011, 10:11:06 am »
Usually a mechanical puller will loosen any flywheel . A little tip that may apply in some stuborn cases .Apply a little heat right around the hub with a heat gun .

The aluminum flywheel will expand at a much greater rate than the steel crankshaft .

Another is when using a puller ,take  good tension then strike the puller with some impact .This will often pop them loose .All you have to do is move it off the taper just a very little bit .

I've seen a lot of small engine crankshafts get ruined from people beating on the nut with a ball peen hammer .

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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #8 on: March 29, 2011, 10:32:53 pm »
(Flywheel removal using Husqvarna "knocker" service tool)

What keeps this tool from messing up threads and exactly how does it work? Does it have something inside to take up shock to threads?

I usually just put the nut on 3/4 on and tap till fly breaks loose. Yesterday I had a impossible fly to break loose. So when I went to remove nut it removed the threads on the crank end and also stripped out the threads inside the fly nut.

So I broke out my mini 3 jaw and pulled fly right off.

Put new flywheel and new nut back on and all was good to go with a buggered up crank end.  :-[

"knocker" bottoms out on the end of the crank.  It does not exert force on the threads, actually protects them.  Pullers work also but there isn't always clearance to get the jaw in place.  I used an alum flywheel punch on the larger older cranks.

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Re: How to video thread
« Reply #9 on: March 29, 2011, 11:14:28 pm »
(Flywheel removal using Husqvarna "knocker" service tool)

What keeps this tool from messing up threads and exactly how does it work? Does it have something inside to take up shock to threads?

I usually just put the nut on 3/4 on and tap till fly breaks loose. Yesterday I had a impossible fly to break loose. So when I went to remove nut it removed the threads on the crank end and also stripped out the threads inside the fly nut.

So I broke out my mini 3 jaw and pulled fly right off.

Put new flywheel and new nut back on and all was good to go with a buggered up crank end.  :-[

"knocker" bottoms out on the end of the crank.  It does not exert force on the threads, actually protects them.  Pullers work also but there isn't always clearance to get the jaw in place.  I used an alum flywheel punch on the larger older cranks.

Which one fits 372 and maybe the one for 346 etc?  Do you know the part numbers.

Flywheel removal tool
(coarse thread)
For all models
Part. No. 504 91 08-07

Flywheel removal tool
(fine thread)
For all models
Part. No. 502 51 94-01

Yeah it was hard to get clearance on all 3 jaws. But somehow I managed it. 

Almost was going to grind the jaw end that was at bottom to give me more clearance.
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