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  1. #11
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    Pretty easy. Takes about 30 minutes.

    1) Remove brushes/brush holder.
    2) Unbolt engine from frame and unhook harness, battery cables and fuel line.
    3) Remove (4) bolts holding stator halves together.
    4) Pull engine, rotor and front half of stator housing as a unit from back half of stator housing.
    5) Seperate rotor from engine using proper wrench on flats of rotor shaft on bearing end. A sharp strike or two on the wrench with a good sized hammer should break the threads loose. Turns off the crankshaft in CCW direction. If stuborn and won't break free, you'll likely have to hold the engine flywheel while stiking the wrench.
    Last edited by duaneb55; 10-06-2012 at 07:34 PM.
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  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by duaneb55 View Post
    Pretty easy. Takes about 30 minutes.

    1) Remove brushes/brush holder.
    2) Unbolt engine from frame and unhook harness, battery cables and fuel line.
    3) Remove (4) bolts holding stator halves together.
    4) Pull engine, rotor and front half of stator housing as a unit from back half of stator housing.
    5) Seperate rotor from engine using proper wrench on flats of rotor shaft on bearing end. A sharp strike or two on the wrench with a good sized hammer should break the threads loose. Turns off the crankshaft in CCW direction. If stuborn and won't break free, you'll likely have to hold the engine flywheel while stiking the wrench.
    Worked on the Bobcat this weekend. These directions worked like a champ, had the motor on the bench in less than an hour. Turns on the governor was trashed. Replaced the governor and bolted everything back together and shes back to humming along...however now I've got another issue. It does not want to come down from run speed in the run/idle position. Is there an procedure for testing the idle solenoid?

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