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Um, how does it go back together?
Seems it'd have to be braced and shimmed to keep from tweaking.
Never done it myself...
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not all that complicated. there are locating pins.

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If u are rebuilding the flywheels then the "dowel" method should not be an issue, correct?
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Where the beef? Er, where's the reassembly? Please?
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Right beside the big pile of FU that was reserved for those that put in to make the first runs a reality?
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going back together is the easy part.. LOL> you'll need to create a couple of speciality tools.. (snicker)

I should be posting some pics from the build I'm currently working on a couple of weeks, (once things are finalized..)
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Right beside the big pile of FU that was reserved for those that put in to make the first runs a reality?
Huh? Or is this one of those " Don't ask, don't tell deals that I ain't privy to?"
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going back together is the easy part.. LOL> you'll need to create a couple of speciality tools.. (snicker)

I should be posting some pics from the build I'm currently working on a couple of weeks, (once things are finalized..)
I'd love to see how it all goes together Tigg. I've never had the bottom end apart in a Sprty and just wanna see what it takes.
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A shop press, a coupler, some sealant, and lots of patience. Lol
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i just noticed that all the images in the original post have vanished.. guess someone discontinued sky's account after his passing...

i can only try to recreate it this winter if i pull apart my cases and try using some photo's from mike's rebuild to recreate this post that was so helpful to everyone.
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FSM is fairly descriptive and full of pics. I saw Sky's pics were gone too.
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