Originally Posted by Crysisfreak7
ok so the high resistance is normal, that is good to know,
i will try the wheel ideas,
but i already tried using a screwdriver as a lever, i noticed that the chain moved,but doesnt move enought to tighted,the flywheel will only move a little then get jammed, and it always stops at the same position.
You lever the 10 tooth sprocket with the chain removed and
it's easiest with the motor lying on your work bench on it's side
with the sprocket side facing up.
Also the clutch ARM on the case has to be pushed down when you
lever the sprocket to break the clutch free.
I use a 5" long cheater tube which slips over the ARM.