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  1. #1
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    Mar 2012
    larimore northdakota
    Farmall B

    Default Yardman starter???

    Pulling apart my mower as I've figured out that the starter **** out on me.... But I'm stuck I can't get this metal plate or what not off.... Can anyone tell me how??? Pix attached
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  2. #2
    Silver Member
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    Mar 2012
    Sydney , Australia
    Cub Cadet Gt2550

    Default Re: Yardman starter???

    Looks like a spanner for the nut and a large puller to remove the flywheel/ringgear
    My Wife said I do not listen
    At least I think thats what she said

  3. #3
    Super Member
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    Aug 2004
    North of Mtl,Que,Can (Ste Adele)

    Default Re: Yardman starter???

    What generally works is to back off the nut flush with end of the threads.
    Then a sharp rap with a hammer most often the flywheel will simply pop of the tapered shaft end.
    Not to heavy a hammer and not all that hard a blow.
    You want the nut flush so as not to damage the threads.
    Good luck!

  4. #4
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    Feb 2012
    Elizabethtown, KY
    John Deere LX255 - T0-30 - John Deere 4200 w/FEL

    Default Re: Yardman starter???

    I replaced my Yardman starter last year without removing the flywheel. (19 hp Briggs) It took a lot of very short turns of the wrench on that back bolt, but it can be done. Good Luck.

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