Re: Success!

Chris Robertson /
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Hi Dan:

I'm in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

I considered making my own flywheel puller. The diameter looks to be about 14mm. What size die did you use?

I wish I had a welding rig... But I can probably borrow one.

Did pulling your flywheel take an incredible amount of effort? I'm serious when I say I couldn't tighten my balance puller any tighter with my 8" socket wrench (I had to put a pipe over the end of it) before the balance puller finally broke.

Judging by my service manual, my timing is definitely out of spec (1.5mm BTDC is about 10-20 degrees after the rubber grommet is).

Thanks,

Chris.

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  Success!Re: Chris Robertson Chris Robertson 05/26/02 06:36PM
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  Re: removing the flywheelRe: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 05/28/02 12:20PM
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  Re: Success!Re: Dan Dan 05/26/02 09:20PM
  Re: Success!Re: Chris Robertson Chris Robertson 05/27/02 10:01AM
  Re: Success!Re: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 05/28/02 12:42PM

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