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Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 12:22:34
Subject: Re: motobecane flywheel
From: THOMAS KELLEY
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From: Robbert
Subject: Re: motobecane flywheel
Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 01:50:54 -0700
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> anyone know how to get a motobecane moby's flywheel/cover off. I am talkin
> about the circular golden colered piece with the 3/8 drive spot in the
> middle. tried the 3/8 drive, didn't work. any suggestions.?

You have to turn the nut clockwise, not counterclockwise.
In shops you can get a device to keep car oilfilters from turning when
you try to unscrew em. You can use one of those to keep the flywheel
from turning while you screw it loose as well.
Or as was posted some time ago, put a long string of cloth in the
cilinder through the psrkplug hole. It'll stop the piston from moving.

Robbert

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