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Adding new motor to generator

I can not get the generator lose frome the motor.i have taking all the bolts lose and it will not come do i get it off?

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  • steve brown Feb 06, 2010

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Send me your model number and ill look at the parts diagram.

Most of those units there is a long bolt that goes thru the generator rotr and holds the rotor onto the end of the engine shaft.

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