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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 18 Apr 2015 19:57 #668609

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FSM says I need this tool to hold the alternator rotor while I turn the secondary shaft but loose... I already order the flywheel puller bolt, but do I need the rotor tool also? I can't find one anywhere... *bangs head*


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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 00:27 #668633

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You do need to hold it from spinning some how. You might be able to do so with a strap wrench.
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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 06:44 #668648

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I saw one of these tools on Ebay a few years back, and scooped it up. I have not seen one since. Seriously, someone needs to remake something like this, it doesn't look that difficult. If you find one, buy it! I have only seen something like this, but have no experience using it.
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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 08:24 #668663

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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 08:32 #668667

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650ed wrote: .


Im glad you saw this, I was just about to link you to it in my other thread..
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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 09:54 #668680

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I used a Honda CB750 rear wheel spindle to force the rotor off, not sure of the thread but it came off easy enough. Locking the back wheel in gear will hold the rotor. Obvious, but never use a hammer on this!

I used some fine grinding paste to lap the crank nose taper/rotor, a good finishing touch.
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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 10:17 #668685

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Tyrell Corp wrote: I used a Honda CB750 rear wheel spindle to force the rotor off, not sure of the thread but it came off easy enough. Locking the back wheel in gear will hold the rotor. Obvious, but never use a hammer on this!

I used some fine grinding paste to lap the crank nose taper/rotor, a good finishing touch.


Thanks for the info! I'm doing the starter clutch, bike is an 1980 kz750h1 ltd. I don't think I need to actually pull the rotor, I just need to prevent it from turning while I try to loosen the secondary shaft nut...
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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 10:47 #668687

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put it in 5th gear and have someone step on the rear brake. Or you can pull the clutch cover and hold the clutch basket with a clutch wrench. EBC makes those.
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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 13:19 #668716

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Randombeat wrote:

650ed wrote: .


Im glad you saw this, I was just about to link you to it in my other thread..


Take a look at the 2 links below. I believe they each contain information that should be helpful to you as you tackle the starter clutch. Ed

forums.kz650.info/index.php?action=dlatt...pic=586.0;attach=873

forums.kz650.info/index.php?topic=5152.0
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rotor tool (alternator act) kawa part no 57001-308 19 Apr 2015 15:14 #668736

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650ed wrote:

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650ed wrote: .


Im glad you saw this, I was just about to link you to it in my other thread..


Take a look at the 2 links below. I believe they each contain information that should be helpful to you as you tackle the starter clutch. Ed

forums.kz650.info/index.php?action=dlatt...pic=586.0;attach=873



forums.kz650.info/index.php?topic=5152.0


Thanks ed. The first link, I get the download, but it says can't open file.. Maybe its the tablet I'm on? Could you email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ?

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I sent it. It's a PDF file. Ed
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650ed wrote: I sent it. It's a PDF file. Ed


Can't thank you enough ed, this PDF is what I originally read, and makes no mention of any special tools. Just walls and broom handles lol.
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