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Bought a eBay motor just to tear down and use for spare parts and make some How-to videos. Made a Douglas Fir case splitter that worked out really well. It creates the same contact push pressure point as the OEM puller. The wood stand supports the top case only with clearance underneath for the bottom case to drop. Then tap on crank. took about ten hits and moved about 1/8" at a time. the OEM tool also holds the top case only and applies pressure to the crank, So same contact pressure point being used to drive the cases apart. And a few pic's for those that have never seen inside
 

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great job on the DIY tool 馃憤馃
 
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Bought a eBay motor just to tear down and make some How-to videos.
Did a couple of DIY videos with the new bench motor and way to much time and editing involved and if you forget one little thing it blows the whole video and can't make changes later down the road if needed, So will be making all my usual charts that I do anyways that should cover all the important steps involved.
Also logging dimensions on Washers, Nuts, O-rings, Circlips, Collars and Spacers on parts so they can be made by any machinist or bought locally somewhere and help identify parts dimensionally

Preview of a new "Engine Repair" Thread coming soon. (clutch assembly)

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