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TOPIC: Stator problems

Stator problems 01 Aug 2018 21:49 #1

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Finally was able to get the stator plate off(visualize two 75 year old men on their knees).
I seem to remember seeing a similar post but couldn’t find it, about finding someone to test/rebuild the coils, cap, points, etc.
I’m new here, but have been a mobike rider on/off since 16.
Please ask someone if their available to send me an email <pbebop@gmail.com> about fixing my plate for a 1974 DT 250.
Or call me @256-762-4211. Thank you, Bob

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Stator problems 01 Aug 2018 22:02 #2

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DEET is your problem solver
You can Email him direct here.
Yamaha@nc.rr.com

Excellent work !!!!

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Stator problems 02 Aug 2018 09:15 #3

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Does anyone have suggestions on repairing the stator myself?

I have a soldering iron, vom, wire, vice, small and big hammers, and patience.
Thanks, Bob

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Stator problems 02 Aug 2018 17:16 #4

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Found someone older than me lol. Most important thing to have is the correct puller for the flywheel but sounds like you must have the flywheel off so maybe you have one [LH thread 27mm by memory & common to 90% of older 2 stroke [japanese] flywheels. Is it spark you're looking for?.
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Stator problems 02 Aug 2018 20:21 #5

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Have a puller, checked mine with the one at the dealer, look alike. Checked and re-checked the flywheel(using bifocals) and a strong lite. Looks like somebody put something in the hole and several spots are buggered. Took a die-grinder and got most out, but my best buddy used two screwdrivers and I bumped the shaft w/ my brass hammer lightly, off it came.
I’m cleaning points, stator plate, and everything I can get loose.
Will ohm the wires, coils, and plug. Then test. Will let y’all know, thanks for asking, Bob

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Stator problems 09 Aug 2018 21:12 #6

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Had to put my flywheel in the lath and trim the buggers from the threads about 3/16 “. Still have enough threads to grab the flywheel. Now to set the stator plate and points.
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