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Pulling main axle

Can I pull main axle from enginewithout splitting the case open ?

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IF by the "main axle" you mean the crankshaft, then no, you HAVE to split the cases to get it out!

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The problem with mine I think is that the large teeth on the Output Shaft and the inside of the collar are worn at the tips, not allowing them to join together, and the more I drove it around with it clicking, thinking it would lock eventually it just wore the tip of the teeth more.

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