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I need to remove the flywheel on a 288 husqvarna chainsaw

I think i have an air leak from the seal behind the flywheel

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You need a rope with nods on it ,put it on the sparkplug gauge to block the piston in the cilinder,after that try to unlock the clutsch and the flyweel.Then disassembly the engine and change the seals.
best wishes Mihai71

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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