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1964/5? Wisconsin AENLD 9hp King Midget


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Old 11-14-2016, 09:35:07 AM
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Default 1964/5? Wisconsin AENLD 9hp King Midget

Hello all, working on a King Midget car for a coworker. It has a Wisconsin AENLD 9hp motor in it - pretty neat little car. I'm wondering if anyone can tell me how to get the drive (clutch) assembly off? It is threaded on and I don't see a good way to hold everything still while unscrewing it. Plus it's rusted and I'm trying not to break anything since it's a little old and brittle. I can post some pics if that is ok at this point. I'm just not that familiar with this sort of setup. I worked at a golf course for some time, but this is not like any of the golf carts we had. Any help is appreciated. Thanks. Later.
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Default Re: 1964/5? Wisconsin AENLD 9hp King Midget

You can take out the spark plug and put a clean starter pull rope down the hole then slowly turn engine over until it stops. This is how I remove flywheels on just about all the small engines I work on.
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Default Re: 1964/5? Wisconsin AENLD 9hp King Midget

Thanks Chris M, I'll give that a try when I get a chance. Later.
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Default Re: 1964/5? Wisconsin AENLD 9hp King Midget

Here's a pic of the motor area. Later.
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Default Re: 1964/5? Wisconsin AENLD 9hp King Midget

No luck with the rope trick, I'll try to get a better pic posted when I get a chance of the assembly I'm trying to remove. Thanks for the ideas though. Later.
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Ok, don't know if this will help but here is a pic of what I'm trying to remove. Thanks. Later.
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Try posting on the King Midget car club site. Lot of info on there.
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My next stop - hahaha - thanks for the help and ideas guys. I enjoy seeing the pictures of the old stuff on the home page - some really cool stuff on here. Later.
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Default Re: 1964/5? Wisconsin AENLD 9hp King Midget

Probably keyed shaft, just pulls straight off.
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Default Re: 1964/5? Wisconsin AENLD 9hp King Midget

Wisconsin made many styles of crankshafts for OEM customers. I've seen shafts with standard keyways, woodruff keyways, stepped shafts, tapered shafts, threaded shafts, internally threaded shafts, and various combinations of the above. Sometimes it's impossible to identify what you have after the accessory is installed on the shaft. The only way to know for sure is to have a Wisconsin guy look up the spec number.
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