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1970 Super 150, so how do I go about removing this flywheel? I have the flywheel holding tool coming in.
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you'll need a puller for that flywheel.

it threads into the center threads there and "pushes" on the crank to pop it off.

it's unique to Bajaj in that most engines from that era use a circlip style for extraction.
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Is it just pressed on? Do I remove the nut then get a pulley puller to pull it off?
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Bikesbybaker wrote:
Is it just pressed on? Do I remove the nut then get a pulley puller to pull it off?
yes.
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