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Have older pony troy built, whole recoil assemble was replace at some time before I got it, recoil is OK but, piece on fly weel does not ingage, how is this removed

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Take a span of clean cord likestarter rope and place about 18" in the spark plug hole to function as apiston stop to keep the engine from turning. Depart sufficient hanging out foreasy removal. Down inside the end of the clutch drum where the drive shaft was beforeis a screw holding it in place. Depending on age, it will be either a Phillipshead or a Torx T-20. Once the drum is off you can use sometimes get a crescentwrench on the center portion to remove it. Otherwise, you can use a flat punchand hammer carefully on the center body of the clutch to remove it in thedirection the arrow shows. The clutch serves as a flywheel nut.

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