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    crank ?

    whats the best way to take the coupling off with out a fly wheel holder tool ? and is the coupling standered thred or reverse


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    With the flywheel on, put the flywheel puller on. Stick a long rod through the flywheel puller and wedge it between the flywheel puller bolts and shop floor. Using another long pry bar, stick it down between the slots in the coupling. Rotate it lefty loosey to remove (it is standard threads). The pry bar on the flyweel side should keep crank from rotating. If it is stuck real bad, heat the coupling up with a torch but take care not to damage rear seal. Only heat coupling if necessary. Mine came right off without heat but if someone used lock tite it may require heat. Hope this helps.

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    A harmonic balancer puller will work for the flywheel puller.

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    thanks !

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