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Re: Flywheel

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Something that might help you with this...

If the instructions tell you how much to tighten the nut to in ft/lbs. you can easily get close to proper torque without a torque wrench on the larger stuff. Take your pipe wrench and stick a piece of tube over the handle for a cheater bar.

Then let's suppose they tell you that the nut needs to be tightened to 300 ft./lbs. and lets's say you weigh 200 lbs? When you tighten the thing up you want to grab the cheater bar at 1-1/2 feet from the centerline of the nut and hang your 200 lb. self off the bar and you'll have 300 ft.lbs. of torque give or take... on your nut. Or take a 100 lb. wheel weight and hang it 3 foot from the nut center = 300 foot pounds. Or 50 pound weight 6 foot out on your cheater bar = 300 ft./lbs.

Foot pounds of Torque = how much weight multiplied by how many feet out.

If you don't have any burrs or boogers on the crank and put it on clean and torque to what it's suppose to be you'll be good.

Good Luck!

Bob

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