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Re: F-20 flywheel installation update

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EM Iowa

07-01-2013 08:02:50

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Its not a big crack, it's about 3/16 long.

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07-01-2013 10:20:34

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 Re: F-20 flywheel installation update in reply to EM Iowa, 07-01-2013 08:02:50  
BAD PLAN! Complete failures start with small cracks. If you plan to NEVER use the tractor around anyone else, and NEVER sell it without disclosing the problem, so be it. But now that you've posted it on the internet, if anyone else EVER gets injured by it failing, you can bet that a well paid attorney will find this posting and you will lose everything you own. F-20 flywheels are readily avaiable and not expensive. I'd seriously reconsider that plan!

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Phil Tibbetts

07-01-2013 08:23:33

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 Re: F-20 flywheel installation update in reply to EM Iowa, 07-01-2013 08:02:50  
Do you think it will get smaller? I've never seen a key I couldn't get out. Try drilling some small holes along the key and you should able work it out with a hammer and chisel.

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EM Iowa

07-01-2013 10:28:58

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 Re: F-20 flywheel installation update in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 07-01-2013 08:23:33  
Alright, I'll try that.

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Phil Tibbetts

07-01-2013 11:17:32

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 Re: F-20 flywheel installation update in reply to EM Iowa, 07-01-2013 10:28:58  
Use a drill just a little smaller than the width of the key and drill as close together as possible down to the shaft. It may help to put some good penetrating oil in the holes and let it set for a day. Good luck.

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