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Re: Removing Wisconsin flywheel

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06-16-2012 19:35:01

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On the flywheel fitting, I was just concerned if it would fit the taper properly. The old VE did not have an generating system in the flywheel, I would bet all they had was an external generator with a distributor on the end of it.

I trusted greygoat on it fitting what I was wondering was how you folks remove a flywheel. I kind of explained how I did it. It was not the recommended method. Was wondering if the recommended method works for you guys.

As for the #1 cylinder that has no compression I looked down the spark plug hole and can see both valves going up and down. I feel there is some stuck rings on the piston I have the engine tilted now with the top of the piston being level with a fair amount of penetrating oil in the cylinder.

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Duner Wi

06-16-2012 20:05:03

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 Re: Removing Wisconsin flywheel in reply to JOB, 06-16-2012 19:35:01  
I tension the flywheel in the direction it comes off. After that it was pretty much the same way you did it. Put piston at TDC fire stroke and put compressed air to spark plug hole and see where air escapes.

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06-17-2012 04:23:11

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 Re: Removing Wisconsin flywheel in reply to Duner Wi, 06-16-2012 20:05:03  
I will let the penetrating oil soak a little more, if nothing happens I will try the compressed air. Not sure how I will plumb it into the spark hole. Could just stuff rags around the hole. Thanks

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Duner Wi

06-17-2012 06:13:52

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 Re: Removing Wisconsin flywheel in reply to JOB, 06-17-2012 04:23:11  
Auto parts store should have an adapter.
Rags might work too being you have zero compression. I have made an adapter out of old spark plug.

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06-18-2012 01:38:28

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 Re: Removing Wisconsin flywheel in reply to Duner Wi, 06-17-2012 06:13:52  
After you said auto parts store I remembered I have a screw in compression tester. The fittings on that should do the job. I still have it soaking in penetrating oil, poured in about a half of a small container. Was going to give it a couple of days. The first soaking of a little penetrating oil for one day did not work.

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