Re: aha!

joe kott /
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fred,

well, i wish i could say i used a scientific method and new what i was doing but i didnt. i was trying to use my cordless drill to turn over the engine and accidentally unscrewed what i guess you would call the flywheel. since it fell off, i took the opportunity to spray it down with carb cleaner and dry it off. i then noticed that there are dimples on the inside of the flywheel that correspond to holes on the driveshaft. after lining everything up and screwing the flywheel on, i tried to start it up again and it fired right up! i couldnt believe it. i know this isnt a very good way of fixing the problem but it worked. hope this helps.

joe

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Subject Written By Posted
  motobecane woesTopic by: joe kott joe kott 01/28/01 08:27PM
  Re: motobecane woesRe: Fred Fred 01/29/01 12:23AM
  Re: motobecane woesRe: joe kott joe kott 01/29/01 01:51AM
  Re: motobecane woesRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 01/29/01 11:01AM
  Re: motobecane woesRe: Scott Scott 01/29/01 01:38PM
  aha!Re: joe kott joe kott 01/30/01 12:24AM
  Re: aha!Re: Fred Fred 01/30/01 07:12PM
  Re: aha!Re: joe kott joe kott 01/30/01 07:39PM

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