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Old 04-26-2012, 06:26 AM   #12
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Location: Grand Rapids, MI
2000 Outback
2013 SWP BRZ


Originally Posted by NutWagon View Post
I used a pry bar and stuck it in between the flywheel and one of the clutch bolt didn't wanna break any teeth on the flywheel. Then I had a friend turn the crank bolt with a rachet. Easy enuff for me.......
I really doubt that you'd snap the teeth on the flywheel... That's how I've removed and installed all of my flywheel bolts, and I've never even bent a screwdriver. I normally engage both holes and teeth on both sides though, that way there's less stress on just one point.
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