A few months ago I had to take off the flywheel on my 1978 Puch Maxi-luxe and when I put it back on it didn’t go on evenly enough so when I turned it on it became worse and starting banging around for a second until I turned it off.
After taking off the flywheel I see that the woodruff key that holds the flywheel in it’s spot has been pretty badly chewed up and the actual "pocket" or seat that it goes in is pretty sheared.
Anyway, I was wondering what possible fixes there might be other than having to get a whole new $$$ crankshaft or can I put some kind of glue down that would hold the key securely?
ps. I posted this earlier on what I thought was the repair forum but by accident I had it on the performance section so that's why I'm reposting it here again.