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Removing Delco Flywheel


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Old 02-04-2001, 01:07:07 AM
Larry Kastens
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Default Removing Delco Flywheel

I need some help on how to remove the flywheel on a Delco 850 Light Plant. The gib key is removed and a liberal amount of Kroil has been applied to the crankshaft. I have repeatedly heated the hub red hot, used a wheel puller, and a slide hammer. The wheel puller and slide hammer jaws are attached to the back side of the flywheel. Thanks.
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Old 02-04-2001, 11:01:44 PM
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Default Re: Removing Delco Flywheel

Thanks to all who read my inquiry. I was successful in removing the flywheel this afternoon. The problem was that the first inch of the crankshaft was pitted, preventing the flywheel from sliding off easily.
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Old 02-08-2001, 10:08:50 PM
Guy (GUS) Simms
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Default Re: Removing Delco Flywheel

Larry: Usually, once you apply Kroil, you just sit back and listen for the "clunk" when your flywheel slides off the shaft.
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