Have a good idea of how to replace ring gear now but first I have to get flywheel off of tractor. It seems to be very tight and the only way I can beat in the off direction is through the starter mounting hole. Is that how the flywheel comes off after it"s been unbolted is to beat on it?
Re: Flywheel disassembly in reply to Berghandler, 01-03-2013 17:13:21
The flywheel such that the crank shaft is in a sort of flange and over years it rust on pretty tight. Take the flywheel bolts and put them back on but so they are threaded about half way. Then use a block of wood are a pry bar and work it side to side til it moves out. Reason for putting the bolts back in part way is so it doesn't just fall off and if your in the wrong place at the right time and it fell you could end up with a very very sore foot or even a broken foot
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