Flywheel pullers??

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Nick
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Flywheel pullers??

Post by Nick » Sun Nov 29, 2009 11:52 pm

Does anyone sell flywheel pullers for the narrow-case singles? And, do the magneto and AC flywheels use the same puller?

Thanks
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Post by bobnorton » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:32 am

Hi Nick, Puller readily availiable about 20£ but I bieleve two types as threads differ, Laurie sells on E-bay or direct. Really need one, what ign system??.Can you post a foto of flywheel?

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Post by Craig in France » Mon Nov 30, 2009 11:22 am

Hi Nick,

(Not sure where you are - 'On da Rock' implies Gibraltar to me, but I'm not sure that's right ... ?) :)

If you're in the States, Steve A. has 'em too - Bevel Heaven, look under 'Tools'.

Like Bob says: 2 sizes, if I remember correctly, 55mm and 62mm. I have a note that says the small size is for up to 1967, the large thereafter. But best check first.

P.s I see that Andy Nienhagen does one with an adaptor ring which means you can use the puller for either size. Go
Andy Nienhagen and select 'Werkzeuge-tools' in the 'Kategorie' drop down box at the top of the page.

HTH

Craig

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Post by Nick » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:23 pm

Thanks guys.

'Da Rock' refers to Hawaii, and, as you can imagine, mine are the only Duc singles on the Island.
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