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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-24-2001, 12:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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Samurai Flywheel????

Does anyone have a picture of a good flywheel.. they could post.

I want to see if mine looks like it is supposed to...

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Re: Samurai Flywheel????

Here is one taken from Hawk ! Hope they dont mind !!!


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Re: Samurai Flywheel????

I have seen that one, what I was wanting to see was looking straight down at the teeth where the
starter gear engages the flywheel....

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Re: Samurai Flywheel????

Well, the teeth should be nice and flat, with no round edges and if it is a high nileage flywheel it should show signs of age along the outside and inside surfaces of the wheel. Ony the area between the teeth should be worn and shiney. Also look at your starter and see if the the teeth on it are rough edged and buggered up. If the teeth on the wheel and the starter are chewed, something is amiss obviously. I've never seen a Samurai flywheel show rounded edges on the teeth unless there was a problem with the starter hitting it properly.

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Re:Flywheel and Starter

Never mind about the flywheel. question below about the starter.....
I pulled the engine last night and could see very clearly what was going on....
there were two spots where the flywheel for several teeth was ground where the starter gear engaged..
thus the loud screething noise sometimes when I would start it up.

usually I would just rock the rig while in gear and it would start right up.

So does anyone have a picture of what a starter gear looks like???

my starter gear was not burred or looking like the teeth were chewed. it looked just fine, but I don't know what
a normal gear looks like on the starter......

thanks all
I am venturing into new territory for myself, by pulling the engine and swapping it.....

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