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My personal preferred method would be air impact hammer/wrench and socket set on it's lowest setting and let it rattle away,if no impact hammer/wrench,a sharp couple of taps on the top of the nut with a lump hammer to break the seal.Sharp taps not full on sledge swings
- Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:19 pm
- Forum: Help
- Topic: Forty series is this a Wipac 2 fault?
- Replies: 95
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I have an old 40+ which had very intermittent spark,it turned out the points wire was broken where it is attached to the Wipac coil,just a thought.
There wouldn't be much left of the pheasant if I hit it with a .303 :lol: :lol: But another nice toy,and the Bren, a fine piece of hardware. But this isn't freeing up the piston.I drop it in a pot of diesel and leave it for a few days.It worked for me on a drowned '81 Yamaha 85,though at the heel of...
Well, you came up with your user name not me and secondly why are you asking questions on this site if you know all the answers? I will let others waste your time, from now on. Have I offended you in some way? I started this thread inquiring about the Silver Century,what was I was missing so as I c...
I can understand the use of the user name If that's a reference to my computer literacy,very true,I make no bones about it.If it a ref.to the Seagull not getting enough fuel,it is,a wet plug would indicate this. I wasn't looking for advice on the 40+,as for the video of the 40+,I threw it in the as...