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February 15th, 2007, 12:50 PM   #1
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WTF? Noob needs some assistance !

Ok, so I bought an Ebay special last summer and barely have the time to rebuild it into a SuperMoto with a new daughter in the house.
The engine kicked over easy when I purchased it, (advertised by seller as quiting 3 years ago and then parked outside) and much to my displeasure I find an engine full of mudwater during teardown - no wonder it "broke down" - hurray !
Anyway my 2000 600 model E-start seems to be giving me fits, with massive cylinder head and carb corrosion being the least of my problems. During the attempt to pull the flywheel it would not budge at all. I spray the shaft and woodruft key with Kroil once a week and give the puller a slight twist for the past few months. The last slight twist ended with a BANG and the outer portion of the flywheel laying on the table................................ with the freaking inner portion still on the shaft ! WTF?
I am sure a torch will be involved here but I really need some advice to proceed. Maybe take a dye grinder and try to cut through some of the metal, heat it with a torch and try to split the remainder of the flywheel?
And to think that this was supposed to be a semi-affordable project!
Thanks to all for any assistance...................
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February 15th, 2007, 01:46 PM   #2
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RE: WTF? Noob needs some assistance !

if you can get the pullers on it heat the remaining pice of flywheel up with a heat gun or plumbing torch and it should come off
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February 15th, 2007, 02:22 PM   #3
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Oh felix,

Never use a std pulley puller on a cast aluminum flywheel.

The puller you should have used is Husaberg part number 270028-01.

About $20 at your dealer. He probably has a 3rd party one that is exactly the same.

You will have to get it to pull the broken hub off of the crank shaft.


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February 20th, 2007, 01:46 PM   #4
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Thanks for the reply fellas.
Hey Joe, how is the Huzzy puller different from a standard puller? Does it grip at a different location than on the edges? I certainly need to spend $20 for a puller, that is the least of my expenses.
Good God, street rims for this thing are going to kill me (for example) !
Oh well, exotic exclusivity never came cheap !

2002 Yamaha FZ1 - for sale
2000 Huzzy basket case future SuperMoto
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February 20th, 2007, 02:54 PM   #5
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yeah bud the berg puller pulls on the thread at the centre of the flywheel.

I have a spare but I'm in australia, where are you located felix?
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February 20th, 2007, 03:07 PM   #6
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make sure you get the right puller,I have 3 different ones in my toolbox.Dan at motoxotica was a big help.All my local dealers sent me the wrong ones,anybody want to buy a puller for a KTM?
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