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help needed on lister d belt pulley and flywheel removal

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help needed on lister d belt pulley and flywheel removal

Post by brooko on Sun May 27 2012, 21:56

hi i need to remove the belt pulley and flywheel for cleaning purposes and painting i done my home work and to be honest its all over my head i need a bit of help on how to do this. i have purchase the lister d restoration book and read the book over and over but i still cant get my head round it if any has any ideas ill loveto hear them and pictures would help me out loads ill post pictures tomorrow of what i have. thanks hope to get some advice

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Re: help needed on lister d belt pulley and flywheel removal

Post by mike d on Sun May 27 2012, 22:19

you need to speak to the doctor Mr Lister (IAN WEBB) hes the feller to sort you problem for you
pity your not closer to him,as he does do home visits...lol
give him a PM and see what he says....
good luck..mike....

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Re: help needed on lister d belt pulley and flywheel removal

Post by stationary stu on Mon May 28 2012, 11:03

Getting the flywheel off is normally the worst part of any restoration, you need to get the keyway out. You could do with giving it a good soaking in releasing fluid, try and get something like Plus gas rather then use WD40.

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Re: help needed on lister d belt pulley and flywheel removal

Post by matt86 on Mon May 28 2012, 18:47

or some good old diesel .... may require a soaking for a good few weeks though

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