I have an old style Haytor Harrier 41 which I want to change the engine.
I can"t seem to figure out how to remove the friction disc which would
then allow me to remove the old engine.. HELP !!
I will see what I can do.
Friction Disc is the circular plate that the blade bolts onto, if this
is any help and is the only thing stopping the removal of the engine
apart from four nuts and the cables.. Only way I can think this must be
secured is that it is threaded on (possibly left handed )but don"t want
to try to force this if possible. Replacement engine is from another
Machine so this will have to be removed too.
the fiction disc is is just fitted to a straight shaft with a keyway in.
They can be bloody hard work to remove. Hayter make a puller to remove
the friction disc, that's what the two holes in the plate are for. Also
try lots of heat and WD40. Last one I did took 1.5 hours with the pulley
and heat etc.
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