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    Henryw


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    #198810

    So i have this motor and i need to get access to ignition coil. can anyone help me?

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    #198817

    Most likely you’ll need a flywheel puller, if the flywheel is designed for one.
    If not, a flywheel “popper” bolt and someone to hold the outboard
    by the flywheel while the “popper” bolt is whacked. What’s the issue?

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    Henryw


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    #198824

    can you send me a link of all of teh tools please and thankyou

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    Henryw


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    #198825

    Also does it pull out or push

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    #198835

    Read this thread about flywheel “poppers”…….

    Johnson Model A flywheel removal trouble

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    #198836

    If your flywheel has three opposing, threaded holes in the top,
    you could get by with this type of puller, especially with that
    small of a motor. They work okay on motors up to 10 hp usually.
    Big ones need a better, heavier duty puller.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/13-Piece-Harmonic-Balancer-Steering-Wheel-Puller-Kit/292290247337?hash=item440ddb3aa9:g:ZnYAAOSwnHZYlnx6

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    #198865

    I have a puller like the one you have a link to on ebay . I have used it to remove every flywheel on classic motors that I have worked on with no problems except larger two cylinder OMC’s. I never have had a problem with 4 or 6 cylinder Merc’s. It helps a lot to use an air impact when tightening the large center screw–but also leave the flywheel nut on the crank flush with the top of the crank. This will help to prevent mushrooming of the end of the crank and keeping the flywheel from flying off the crank in case it releases suddenly.

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