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Re: 1850 perkins harmonic balancer

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10-11-2012 15:20:51

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Is the bolt still in it? I changed the motor in mine several years ago and shortly after,mine came loose. It's hard as heck to get that thing as tight as it should be. There's a round,splined wedge that goes in behind the bolt to hold the balancer tight.

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10-11-2012 15:37:47

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 Re: 1850 perkins harmonic balancer in reply to rrlund, 10-11-2012 15:20:51  

I reached down into the center of the h/b with my finger looking for a bolt head or a threaded hole but found neither. It was still to hot to mess with at the time and I had to put it off til tomorow. Is it possible the h/b has a rubber or plastic type insert in it that wore out and is not moving over the crank after all? I am pulling it apart in the morning. Any suggestions are appreciated!

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10-11-2012 16:11:15

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 Re: 1850 perkins harmonic balancer in reply to Broke Again, 10-11-2012 15:37:47  
Ya,that whole thing's kind of a rubber dampner. There should be a big bolt that holds that on though. Takes about an inch and an eight wrench. I got lucky and mine layed down in the front of the frame.

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