Re: Hobbit stator

Mike Boyd /
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Remove the bolts holding the coils in place to spread them out and have more room. Loosely install the nut back on the end of the crank to protect the threads. Use a 2 or 3 jaw puller with the center on the crank end and the jaws around the cam to pull it off until it POPs, then loosen nut and pull off cam

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