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philthehill
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Flywheel locking tool.

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Thanks Phil...

I know what my job is for this afternoon.

John ;-)
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Sorted..

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John ;-
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Re: Flywheel locking tool.

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That was quick 8)
Well done. :tu1:
This is what I use - Sykes Pickavant locking tool.
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There is no need to use both bolt holes - once in place the turning motion of the flywheel tightens the locking tool to the flywheel. The use of one bolt also allows the locking tool to be easily swung out of place if need be.
I also have one of the early Sykes Pickavant flywheel locking tools (see below) as I am a sucker for collecting tools especially those I used way back when I was working in the BMC garage. I had to pay a bit more thane the £2.8.0 though. :-(
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Re: Flywheel locking tool.

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You old bugger , we went decimal 50 years ago today..

John ;-)
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