How To Remove Flywheel/ Briggs and Stratton After Hitting Something with Blade



$3 fix,.. If you hit something in your yard and mower doesn’t run or doesn’t run the same as it did before, I Did a video on how to Pull Flywheel and Replace flywheel key without damaging anything. Tap holes in flywheel and use puller to remove flywheel.

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11 thoughts on “How To Remove Flywheel/ Briggs and Stratton After Hitting Something with Blade

  1. Don't yap like that, you're begging to break the tap.
    Half a turn then reverse to clear the thread and use lubrication on the tap.

  2. What if you hit a stump and your shaft now turns only by hand hard 2/3 of radius and appears to be somewhat bent? Can that be replaced as easily as the fly wheel?

  3. Be careful when using a flywheel puller not to tighten the bolts down too far. Unfortunately I did that and one of the bolts busted through to the other side! I didn't know if it was okay to use a flywheel with a bolt-sized hole in it, so I went out and bought another one off Craigslist. $35 mistake, lol. Oh well, live and learn!

  4. Yea I actually did use a black one on the flywheel nut… Technically u should… But sometimes I get lazy so I just used a regular socket on the smaller bolts since they come loose pretty easy… I've never had one break 😎

  5. nice job man much appreciated, can I ask a stupid question, I thought when you used a impact driver you had to use the black impact sockets? ,thinking of buying one they look dead handy

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