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Flywheel removal from TB425CS

Suspect there may be a problem with engine timing and need to remove flywheel from TB425CS to check key-to-shaft integrity. Engine sometimes will start, but spits through carb while attempting the start, and while running. However, engine will not turn up rpm, and still spits through carb at idle and sometimes dies. New carb, fuel, fuel lines, filter, cleaned exhaust port, checked valve setting, good spark, good compression, coil gap looks about right. Valve setting was checked at TDC. Comments appreciated.

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YOU MAY HAVE TO USE A PULLER FOR THE FLYWHEEL I CAN'T SEE ANYTHING ON THE BREAKDOWN OF THE ENGINE THAT WOULD SHOW ANY THREADED HOLES FOR BOLTS TO REMOVE THE FLYWHEEL

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

Testimonial: "I think you're right about the puller for the flywheel. Thanks for the input."

  • larry Aug 18, 2013

    To remove the flying what I did was holding the flying wheel at the thickness part and then use the rubber hammer knocking on the rot where it connecting a trimmer.

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