What is this mystery part please??

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  1. baD mR fRosTy

    baD mR fRosTy New Member

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    Yikes...I've 3/4 finished a 69cc (80) kit, and still have NO IDEA what this thing is. I got the motor from boysgofast in Calgary AB, and honestly, so far I have found two parts to be missing. The "half-moon" metal backs, and the fuel stop-cock. I am assured they are on the way.

    But what on earth is THIS thing? It's in their Ebay picture, and trust me, I have been perusing you folks' vids and instructions for two days now, and cannot see it ever being used, or even shown.

    It looks to my truck-driving eyes like some kind of "one-size fits all" drain plug for a large oil pan!

    LOl...any help please?
     

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    It's a puller that that is used to remove the 10 tooth sprocket,
    the small bevel gear and the clutch from the motor.
    You flip it over and reverse the screw to thread into all 3 parts

    Hopefully you won't need to use it. :)

     
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    baD mR fRosTy New Member

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    Here you can see it on the bottom of the promo pic...about 2/5's from the left:
     

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    baD mR fRosTy New Member

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    OK...thanks for that!
    I couldn't for the LIFE of me figure it out - and with the two missing parts - I started wondering if someone got it mixed up in the warehouse, lol!
    Until I went back and saw the pic...
    thx
     
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    Hold on to that tool if you ever want to do any performance mods, like balancing your crankshaft, texturing the crankcases or port matching the cases.
     
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    Yea I didn't know what that was either. Reminded me of a motorcycle multiple socket axle tool. There is another tool that confused me. The long hollow tool with socket shape cut outs on the end. I found out it goes on the front sprocket to make it easier for the chain to spin on.
     
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    Do you think that it might be in the kit so you can remove the spark plug too? :)
     
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