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    Thanks for your time,
    Heating and more penetrating and especially the time (2days) solved my problem
    I have removed the flywheel with 3 screws and roped them and pull slowly and rapidly also heated and waited about 2 days

    The starter realy junk, ordered a used orginal fresh water starter from ebay

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    Don't forget to apply red Loctite to the crankshaft taper and the flywheel nut threads. As I noted in a previous post, I'd suggest you apply anti-seize to the starter nose piece to prevent this from re-occurring.

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    Yes Martincom, thats in my mind, noted these are great advices


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