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Thread: Holding flywheel for crankshaft bolt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pb4ugotobed View Post
    To hold the pulley when putting the crank bolt back on you can use a chain wrench, always works great. I always keep a spare (junk) belt cut up for it... wrap it around the crank pulley and then put the chain wrench on it and it keeps the chain wrench from gouging into the grooves for the belt.

    Works great for removing the bolt too, but i always find it easier to rest my ratchet on the frame rail and bump the starter
    I didn't think of that... I've had one for almost 20 years, I don't think I've ever used it.

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    That would work. Mine has a long handle like a breaker bar instead but same principle. just make sure to wrap an old belt or something around the pulley before setting the chain wrench up or it'll mess the belt grooves in the pulley all up.

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