L-29 Flywheel

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30 Jun 2012 15:42 #23118 by meredith
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Does anyone have a suggested method for removing the flywheel off an L-29 engine? Does anyone know of a specific commerical puller for this job?

Please let me know.

Thanks!

John Meredith

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01 Jul 2012 10:19 #23126 by K Clark
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If it is an original and has not already been cut for the replacement ring gear, it does not come off. they were machined as a unit.
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01 Jul 2012 11:17 #23127 by Curt Schulze
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Ken, it sounds like John is having trouble removing the flywheel from the crank, not the ring gear from the flywheeel.

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01 Jul 2012 15:00 #23128 by meredith
meredith replied the topic: L-29 Flywheel
Hi Ken,

It isn't the ring gear. That is machined onto the flywheel. It is the flywheel attached to the crank. There are 6 bolts and 2 studs. Bolts have been removed. But, pulling the flywheel is a bear and I do not want to damage anything. Is there a specific commerical puller that anyone knows about for this size of flywheel?

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John

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01 Jul 2012 23:11 #23129 by mikespeed35
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I have not had to us a puller to remove the flywheel. There must be another problem.
CORDially Mike

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02 Jul 2012 10:22 #23132 by K Clark
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There should be two threaded holes to screw in bolts through the flywheel to put pressure against the crank. , but if they are not there you can just use a pry bar and keep changing positions. The line-up pins do fit very tight.
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