Make your own flywheel clutch puller

I've heard people talk about this too much so I must say...Here is how you make a clutch puller, and I've done the same for a fly wheel. You get a piece of oak (oak flooring as I've used in the pic) and drill a hole big enough for your ratchet to fit through. Then line up the holes on the clutch or flywheel that go around the bolt to hold it in place (same holes that the tool would fit into). Drill some small pilot holes through your board around the big hole where you've marked...then screw some woodscrews through and out the other side. Grind the tips of the screws down with a file or dremel and wha-la. Just place the tips of the ground down screws into the appropriate holes (easy boys) and stick the ratchet through the big hole, hold the board stiff and loosen your nut. I've attached a photo of my clutch puller that I've used a number of times. Simple as that. Lets try to keep the perverted responses to a minimum.

Now would someone sell/trade me an old clogged up biturbo that fits a tomos to use on a funky bike I'm building? Thanks

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Re: Make your own flywheel clutch puller

Jason Luther /

good idea. its always nice to get new do-it-yourself tools /tricks to save money. nice job

Re: Make your own flywheel clutch puller

Oh I've got more trick than that...I once ajusted my front brakes while going 40 mph, but thats another tool another day. Thanks

Re: Make your own flywheel clutch puller

Jason Luther /

i fail to see the point in that!

Re: Make your own flywheel clutch puller

Hm, less of a puller and more of a special flywheel holding tool.

A good hack, nonetheless.

Re: Make your own flywheel clutch puller

I use a spanner wrench from a welding supply place to hold the flywheeel. I think it's use to remove grinding wheels it's adjustable for different spans put the 2 studs in the fly wheel spokes holes and use the remover to pop the fly wheel off.Jim

Re: Make your own flywheel clutch puller

Louie Armstrong /

This can hold the flywheel but it certainly doesn't pull it. I need to figure out how to pull my flywheel off.

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