This flywheel puller is designed for those who don't want to use the "knocker" method to remove their flywheel.
- ALL ARC Non Adjustable Flywheels and Adjustable Timing Hub Flywheels
- PVL flywheel for clone
- Raceseng Flywheels
- ARC flywheels made before 2013 that do not have the tapped puller holes, can be drilled and tapped to 5/16 24 to use this puller (Not 6602 model flywheels made before 2015)
- This puller will work with the 2015 and newer redesigned 6602 flywheels
To use, install the threaded rods into clean and lubricated puller holes on hub or flywheel face. Be sure to thread the rods in fully. Slide the puller block over the threaded rods and screw the nuts down evenly. Tighten the nuts evenly back and forth in 1/2 turn increments until the flywheel pulls off. Stubborn flywheels may require that you hit the center of the puller block with a hammer once significant pressure is applied by tightening the nuts. Be careful not to strike the threaded rods (use a spacer if necessary) and NEVER hit the flywheel itself with a hammer.
Heat as low as 300° will damage the rare-earth magnet in flywheels, so don't use a torch!
ARC is not responsible for any damage you cause to any flywheel removed with this tool, so be careful!
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I never thought that I would need a flywheel puller so I didn’t have one when I did! I had an ARC Speedway Billet Aluminum flywheel spin on the crankshaft (no key) of a beast that I built and really lock down on the shaft. I tired my pry-bar and knocker to no avail. I was too scared to damage the new flywheel! So, I put in my order and within a few days of my order and after (thank you Team ARC) Jamie or Hunter stuffed a box full of other stuff that I just had to have, I got my puller. I installed it as per Jody’s video that I had seen some time or another in the past and remembered that he said to lubricate the threads. I tightened up the nuts on both sides slowly and evenly and then the wheel just popped loose. I put my knocker in a box and on the shelf because I will never beat on my Race Motors again! Mark
Worked perfectly, do not beat on your Billet Flywheel. Popped off in 30 seconds.
Haven't used it yet but it is well built and should work flawlessly.
Works great save the crack
popped flywhhel with ease. Didn't have to worry about damaging fins on pvl
Works like a champ. No more hammering on my race engines.
Excellent tool. So easy to pull billet flywheels without damaging either the flywheel or crankshaft. A must have tool.
Works great will get more products from arc.
Easy to use, and a lot better for your crankshaft than the pry and knock method