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- 6:46 PM
- Jun 26, 2023
- Fredericton, NB, Canada
Hey man I'm 41 and if I walk a quick Pace, I'm out of breath. I suppose it probably has a little bit to do with my chest being caved in from CPR and stuff. So when I take a deep breath my lungs push into my ribs.See, me and long distance running get along like oil and water. My genetics agree with this too, as I have a higher than average level of DNA that is traced to Neanderthal's, and one of those traits is being better at sprinting than long distance running. I fit that one REALLY well. for 250+lb guy I could keep up and even pass some of our receivers in football doing sprints. Where I got left in the dust was when we ran laps lol
So is there a really good way to lock the main, I'm going to call it, "flywheel" but clutch gear whatever so I can pull that bevel gear off.
The more I keep trying to thread in the tool and then tighten up the nut to pull the gear off the more the tool pulls out instead and it strips of threads and I don't want to keep doing that to the point where it won't work.
So what is the best way to lock that clutch gear in order to thread in the puller. And threaded in enough so that it doesn't come out when you start tightening it down. But rather pulls the gear out. As of now I'm just using a screwdriver to lock it from spinning.
By the way the gear looks I honestly didn't think it was on that tight. But it seems to be.