(2) Refinish the surface to make it smooth and flat.
(3) Do not remove more than three sixty-fourths of an inch material from the flywheel. If it is necessary to cut
more, the flywheel must be replaced.
(1) Heat the flywheel gear (5, fig. 88) until it expands enough to slip into place over the flywheel (2).
(2) Make sure that the side of the flywheel gear (5) which has chamfered teeth ends is away from the flywheel
(3) Tap the flywheel gear (5) against the shoulder of the flywheel (2) and allow it to cool.
(4) Press the master clutch bearing (3) into the center of the flywheel (2).
Flywheel timing marks
Flywheel mounting hole
Master clutch bearing
Figure 88. Flywheel and flywheel gear.