hello all. i have a question. how does the impulse coupling come off of the rotor shaft? i need to strip the mag to weld up a crack in the housing. i have everything else removed but those 2 items. i don't have a parts drawing. thanks, greg
Re: FMJ magneto in reply to gregPA, 02-12-2004 13:23:14
Here's a cross section of that impulse coupling.
As I recall the retaining nut is left hand threaded. Use an impact wrench to remove the nut. I have also had to use a wheel puller with narrow jaws to then remove the coupling from the tapered and keyed shaft.
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