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    sl650 fly wheel cover

    i am trying to remove the flywheel cover ony my sl 650 and i think who fixed it last "superglued" it on insted of using a gasket! any tricks too unstingin it to remove the cover?


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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    pry it carefully, it is probably liquid gasket.

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    wheres a good pry point bc i tryed and i cant find a good
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    I would start right about here.....
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    Be VERY careful to remove it evenly. There are 2 dowels that align the cover.

    Prying too much on one side may crack the cover.

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    ok thanks ill try that next! i just could not get it off last night so ill try again later!!

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    Ryan, did you pull this bolt that's kind of hidden?
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    CAREFUL tapping with a rubber mallet may be enough to jar it loose. But make sure you have ALL of the bolts out. And hold onto it, you don't want to drop it on the floor either!

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    i i did ill have too look again and ill use a rubber mallet.. its hard too see everything when its still in the hull

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryandi2 View Post
    i i did ill have too look again and ill use a rubber mallet.. its hard too see everything when its still in the hull
    Use a small inspection mirror, and a good compact flashlight.



    In addition to poking around inside the hull, I also carry a Fenix single battery compact flashlight clipped onto each PFD.
    Plenty bright, and tough enough to withstand being on the jacket.

    Best battery for long run time, and very slow self-discharge, is the Lithium type AA battery. Much better than Alkaline batteries. Lithium batteries cost more, but for safety and utility flashlights, well worth it.



    I have several of the older version of this Fenix 2-AA battery flashlight. Lots of brightness, well built, compact. Lithium batteries, keep one flashlight in the car, one in the toolbag, one in the kitchen drawer...


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