Question about Electrical Supplies
The rotor is attached to the crank via taperlock. You must remove the rotor bolt which goes thru the rear bearing. Then take a 3 LB. rubber or deadblow hammer and sharply strike the rotor on the laminations. not the winding. You usually have to do this several times from both sides before it breaks the taperlock free, Use force behind your hammer swing, It will eventually come off. Have patience.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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