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2019/09/06 06:28:04 (permalink)
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How to remove the flywheel fan on a particular Briggs Engine?

The particular engine is this:

 
The date code on my engine is: 090810
I don't see any fasteners on this part in order to disassemble/reassemble.
 
Any insights, please share.
 
Thanks,
Mike
 
 

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    Roy
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    Re: How to remove the flywheel fan on a particular Briggs Engine? 2019/09/06 11:23:35 (permalink)
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    What is the model number?
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    Re: How to remove the flywheel fan on a particular Briggs Engine? 2019/09/06 12:42:50 (permalink)
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    Hi Roy,
    Thanks for the reply. I did have the model number (a link to it here on Jacks) but seems the link got scrubbed.
    Here it is. 
    31P677-0140-B1
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    Re: How to remove the flywheel fan on a particular Briggs Engine? 2019/09/06 17:35:49 (permalink)
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    Two screws that hold on the fan is also your puller holes. Remove main center screw  or nut and using a harmonic balancer puller and two matching long screws pull the flywheel.
     
    You will also need a new steel flywheel to replace the current aluminum one. Once replaced tighten the center retainer screw or nut to 110 ft-lbs.
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    Re: How to remove the flywheel fan on a particular Briggs Engine? 2019/09/06 19:30:06 (permalink)
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    Hi @AVB,
    Thanks for the reply.
    The current flywheel (with the teeth for the starter) is definitely steel. 
    However, I cannot seem to figure out how to access the main center screw (or nut). Do I need to pry off the John Deere logo?  This is a John Deere LA105 Riding tractor just to give some context.
    If the site would allow me to upload a photo of the engine part in question I would.
     
    Thanks
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    Re: How to remove the flywheel fan on a particular Briggs Engine? 2019/09/06 20:09:30 (permalink)
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    Mike, Sorry I left an important word out my previous reply. It should had said "flywheel key".
     
    To access the the area the plastic center cover should simply pry off easily revealing the starter cup.
    post edited by AVB - 2019/09/06 20:33:49
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