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Removing flywheel Homelite 20A115-1


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Old 02-06-2009, 04:05 PM
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Default Removing flywheel Homelite 20A115-1

I need to get the flywheel off to access points/coil. Need the correct way to do it. It is a 2 stroke single cyl with direct coupled gen.Thanks in advance!!
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Cool Re: Removing flywheel Homelite 20A115-1

LOL , I have been trying to get the flywheel off a Continental 3HP now for a long time no luck . But on other engines they will pop on and off with ease .
good luck on your quest .
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Hi Bob ,
I was finally successful in removing the flywheel from my engine.
If you go to SMALL AIR COOLED GASOLINE ENGINES forum and look at removing flywheel on small eng. date 2-9-09 you will see the advice that I recived , But I think heat did the job for me.
Hope this helps.
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Default Re: Removing flywheel Homelite 20A115-1

Be careful with the heat, don't set it on fire and have extinguisher handy just in case.
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Default Re: Removing flywheel Homelite 20A115-1

hi; i used a three jaw puller by taKING THE ARMS OFF AND USING SOME LONG BOLTS TO SCREW INTO WHERE THE ROPE PULL SREWES INTO, TOM
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Default Re: Removing flywheel Homelite 20A115-1

Watch those bolts so that you don't go in too far with them and drive one right into the magneto coil. Been there - Done that.....
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Default Re: Removing flywheel Homelite 20A115-1

The flywheel puller is built in on that engine.Just back the nut out against the starter plate and keep turning.It will pop the flywheel off.Wish everyone made em like that.
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