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    • Sounds like the gearbox has been put together wrong.. I'd jack the wheels up and turn the wheels while I changed gears with my hand, without the engine running.. Checking it did get all the gears, and in the right order. If you take the spark plug out, and turn the wheels forwards, they should turn the motor over if everything else is right.. You may need to turn the wheels back and forwards to get the gears to change, and it may take several rotations while you are holding the gear lever up or down, but you should get every gear, and if you turn it forwards you will hear the engine turn faster in low gears, and slower in higher gears..  Check it by hand.. If there's a problem, I'd pull the side case and check the gear change mechanism there/then,  before I pulled the whole thing apart again.. it might be just in the outer case.
    • Good. Try and hold the flywheel firmly away from the engine when you hit it, even the tiny amount of play in the bearings will help prevent the bearings getting impacted when you hit the puller.. And that's a big puller, it can likely pull with ten tons or more. Don't over tighten it or it may bend that flywheel. The shockwave from the hammer is what's going to loosen the flywheel on the tapered shaft..
    • I'd suggest trying a slower idle before pulling anything apart.. it's so simple !!
    • Got it, thanks again.  Here's a pic of the flywheel and puller. 
    • Did you get what I meant about the hammer hit ? If we want to move a tight shaft in a hole, we use a big hammer and hit hard, and don't let it bounce.. That has a lot of drive to it... and could bend your crank..  Just a short sharp hit, that bounces the hammer back away.. That's what you want.
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