Question about Pit Bike 125cc 4 Stroke Dirt Bike
When pulling flywheels and such, use the appropriate pullers. Some work like a screw on the inside of rotor and directly push on crank end. Some rotors have tapped holes on face to attach a puller that allso pushes directly on crank end. Eather way the end of the crank won't break, and the rotor itself stands a better chance to survive. And it will be a whole lot easier
Posted on Jul 09, 2013
Pull the motor split the cases and replace the crankshaft.
Or buy another motor.
That is a tappered an keyed shaft, that holds the rotor/flywwheel.
I've only saw that happen when someone was beating on the rotor to try to remove it.
They use junk metal these days and with the right amount of pressure from prying off the rotor could break the cranckshaft there.
Not sure what your question is but as i mentioned above the sloutions for this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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