Re: Puch ZA50 crankshaft removal

Tony Daniel /
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I would not pound on the crank. it is two piece and you can knock it out of alignment. You have to hold it in a vise by the crank weight on the clutch side only, then use a puller to take the clutch off. There is a service manual on-line in resources.

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