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Can be a bit fun to remove. Some use a jacking screw in place of the center retaining bolt and others it is to loosen the center bolt.
The loosening of the center bolt but not the removal prevent armature (rotor) from completely off as you loosed it. To loosen place a wooden 2x4 against the side of the rotor and give it good smack with a heavy hammer to jar the rotor off the tapered motor crankshaft. Once loosen then of course you remove the center bolt to remove the rotor.
DO NOT OPERATE the generator without the center retaining bolt in place as serious injuries can occur as the rotor goes fly off.
Posted on Apr 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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