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 Posted: Fri Jan 11th, 2019 01:10 pm
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Peter Buffo

Joined: Mon Sep 24th, 2018
David Kilnapp wrote: Never mind folks....There is a wealth of information about how to do this in several posts. I'm going to try the method that involves drilling a slightly larger hole on two of the rear holes that the long pins go through and then slightly tap, using a center punch, the stator to ease it out. The gear pulley method seems like the best way to do this if you want to spend $50 to $60 bucks for the pulley and metal plate.When you looked it up, how did you word it? “Westinghouse. Stator. Removal.”? I want to get mine out of a 1914 Westy, but it’s proven very difficult.Thanks and cheers!