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I need to know how it's done.a video would be nice
A video on how to do it would be nice
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If replacing the piston pin bearing no splitting is needed. If replacing the crank pin bearing splitting is needed. You knew that I am sure but I had to clarify. The flywheel is held in place with one washer and a nut on the end of the crank. Timing is accomplished with a woodruff key on the shaft. Using a flywheel puller tool is the proper method. It is a simple and low cost tool and it sounds like you have enough knowledge of engines to need one now and in the future. In a worst case scenario, use a mallet, striking the flywheel on four points around the perimeter of the wheel and in an "outward" direction. With some luck the flywheel will pop loose.
When you are purchasing the flywheel puller, buy a case splitter also. Also reasonably low cost, it makes the splitting clean and easy. I strongly suggest you install new crank bearings and seals. Whatever caused the crank pin bearing to go bad did not do the crank main bearings any good either. I would hate to see you have to split the case again eight weeks from now.
How are you planning to separate the crank halves, re-assembly and truing of the crank? The dealer should do this part. I can't find a free repair manual on the web but the next best is a parts diagram. Go to the site below where you can see a parts diagram for your specific bike. You will select the actual brand, year, model, etc., once you go to the site. Part numbers and prices are also shown. You can order parts from this site. In the event no price is shown on a particular part, the part is not in stock.
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Posted on May 24, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 yamaha ttr 225..no powe
Trace the starter wire to the solenoid. Any loose connections? Check the other heavy wire to the solenoid. It should have power present at all times. If no click from the solenoid when the starter button is pressed, check the wiring connections coming from the handlebar. Lastly, look at the starter switch for possible damage from the spill.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: Hi, I have a 2006
Be sure to change the piston and rings sometime around two years from now, but only if you want to. So long as the engine doesn't seize up due to lack of oil in the gas, the piston and rings should last for years. Please rate my answer.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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