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well i still havent cracked the manual on this motor split. granted ive seen portions of it before. :)

thanks to doug for shooting me his stator tool on a days notice :hail

so whats left? run out the bolts and whack it with a block of wood? :dowhat the cranks turns like a dream, gears and dogs look good too.







ok, i read the manual and it calls for the magic case splitting tool. figures. ive got a slide hammer and some threaded studs.... :banana
 

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Take the bolts out and gently smack it with a mallet and it will come apart nicely
 

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Make sure you remove the cam chain shaft first. :thumbup

Best to make a template out of cardboard, so you know which bolts go where. :yes
 

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Love the old school crank case splitting tools in the last photo.....................Hammer and Screwdriver :laugh
 

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Make sure you remove the cam chain shaft first. :thumbup

Best to make a template out of cardboard, so you know which bolts go where. :yes
how that the cam chain shaft come out? i see the phillips bearing retainer.
thanks guys. :banana

this is fun.
 

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You need the flywheel on to hold while you undo the left handed nut on the primary shaft, look at the manual, it makes it easier, the order is important :coocoo
 

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i think its already off. see the third picture :coocoo :laugh

im usually all about the manual.
 

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Yes you got it, should be easy now, I believe you should lay it clutch side up and smack it a bit and you get this

 

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Man, that looks like FUN... so long as it didn't have to go back together (if it were me). BTW, I just sold my old hippy copy of Muir's How To Work On VW's last week. Funny read.
 

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DIY Crankcase splitter.

Very usefull.


 

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woo hoo !

thanks guys, especially doug and les. everything looks honky dory :banana





 

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Woo Hoo!
 
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