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TOPIC: Fly-Wheel threads destroyed

Fly-Wheel threads destroyed 11 Jan 2019 18:47 #11

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I just used a 2 legged puller last weekend to remove a flywheel off a parts motor that looked like it was found on the bottom of a lake. I had to disassemble the puller and individually insert the legs thru the slots and then re-assemble the puller links to the center device. It worked fine, but as MarkT already mentioned, be careful that you don't come in contact with the stator assembly.

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Fly-Wheel threads destroyed 12 Jan 2019 07:09 #12

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I tried a strap wrench, but couldn’t hold it tight enough . Thanks for the advice, will take that into account.

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Fly-Wheel threads destroyed 12 Jan 2019 11:16 #13

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Warming the flywheel has helped me in the past.

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