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1939 Farmall F 20 Flywheel Removal

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09-19-2017 22:06:27

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My fiancee is trying to remove a flywheel from,his 1939 Farmall f 20. He has tried making a puller but it wasn't heavy enough and it broke. What are some other methods he could use to remove the flywheel?

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09-21-2017 15:13:38

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 Re: 1939 Farmall F 20 Flywheel Removal in reply to Casejohndeergirl, 09-19-2017 22:06:27  

Here is one way to do it. There are lots of these pictures online.

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Ken Christopherson

09-20-2017 11:51:55

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 Re: 1939 Farmall F 20 Flywheel Removal in reply to Casejohndeergirl, 09-19-2017 22:06:27  
Do as others have suggested. I have seen flywheel pullers made from thick steel plate, and a several ton bottle jack. These flywheels are stubborn on the Regular and F20 series. I gave up on mine after trying a puller that was lended to me, AND using a liberal amount of PB Blaster with an Oxy-Acetylene torch. Wouldn't budge.

If you google Farmall F20 Flywheel Puller, you will see many versions people have used in the images section. It is a project to get it done, and then pressing it back on is another project in itself.

Let us know how you handle it, and good luck.

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09-20-2017 06:01:57

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 Re: 1939 Farmall F 20 Flywheel Removal in reply to Casejohndeergirl, 09-19-2017 22:06:27  
I have had success using a large gear puller in the holes and a metal plate on the end of the crank shaft. The round "Key" is not threaded and should slide out with the flywheel.

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09-20-2017 04:27:25

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 Re: 1939 Farmall F 20 Flywheel Removal in reply to Casejohndeergirl, 09-19-2017 22:06:27  
two piece of angle iron across bell housing with holes drilled to match treaded holes in flywheel I think it is 5/8" treaded rod you need with nuts. this will pull it off. To put it back on google Nebraska Kirk flywheel installer.

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