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Onan P220 Flywheel issue

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Hello All. I am having  an issue with a P220 that I haven't come across before. I am trying to remove the flywheel to rebuild. I cannot get it off. There was some previous work done on this engine (not by me). I am thinking that the P.O. or, whomever worked on it, over tightened it. So now? How do I get it off. I already wrecked one puller:deadhorse:. Pretty soon ? It will be the blue wrench and a different flywheel. Any Ideas:techie-eureka:, short of dynamite? All help will be appreciated:bow-blue:.... Thanks     Pat

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Have you tried hitting the puller rod with a hammer while there's tension applied? Basically trying to shock it loose. Maybe a little heat too?

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Thanks John. But, that is pretty much how I wrecked my puller. I tightened it up some more, hit it some more. Split it in the threaded part...... Onan 1.... OTC Puller 0........... 

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You may need to make a puller that bolts on with all four holes, then take an impact wrench to the center bolt.

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6 wheeler

 

i,m about 10 miles away from you. ( near hastings )

 

bring it over and we will get it off.

651 437 2826 M-F 10-7  S-S 12-6 cent time.

 

thank you. boomer ( the used onan engine parts guy, also NOS and new )

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33 minutes ago, boomers_influence said:

6 wheeler

 

i,m about 10 miles away from you. ( near hastings )

 

bring it over and we will get it off.

651 437 2826 M-F 10-7  S-S 12-6 cent time.

 

thank you. boomer ( the used onan engine parts guy, also NOS and new )

Doesn't get any easier than that.:handgestures-thumbupright: 

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