The who-jigger that came with my engine kit ?

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Wheel Rush, Jun 21, 2008.

  1. Wheel Rush

    Wheel Rush New Member

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    I would have searched this in this forum if I knew what I was searching for, so let me add this after saying that, . . .
    They say there are no dumb questions, . . . but there just easier to answer !

    And after having said that, could you tell me what the who-jigger is that looks like it will fit where the spark plug
    goes? It came with my engine kit, I can only guess it is some kind of compression tool.

    It is dark iron, has two sets of threads, one larger than the other and a square nut at the top going down through the interior and is short but about the dia. of a spark plug thread.
     
  2. paul

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    it is the Engine sprocket and Clutch Hub puller tool. put in your tool box incase you need it some day.
     
  3. Wheel Rush

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    I'll do that, .Thanks Cruiser
     
  4. MrLarkins

    MrLarkins HS Math Teacher

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    is this what your talking about?

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    Yes Mr. Larkins, that is it.

    :ride2:
     
  6. Wheel Rush

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    Yep ! Thats the little grubber ! I'll bet there's some tech. data on its use somewhere now that you mentioned it.
     
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    Yes of course, I know Norman did it somewhere. I think I might have posted a youtube video on how to use I think?
     
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  9. MrLarkins

    MrLarkins HS Math Teacher

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    ok, so is there suppose to be any 'wiggle' or 'play' in the gear of the clutch area? or is it suppose to be nice and tight (no play), cause mine wiggles
     
  10. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    Do you mean the big gear or the small gear? With the clutch engaged or disengaged? Does it wobble like it's not bolted on right, or wiggle by touching it?
     
  11. MrLarkins

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    i looked at it again, and it was my imagination i think...all looks well
     

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