Here is a photo of it when I was working on it a year ago.
I see a small 6mm bolt at arrow. When I just took it apart, no bolt?
That is how I remove the filter cap on my 350.tbpmusic said:Now on many models, you can screw a long 6mm bolt into the cap - it catches some threads on the "back" of the cap, then screws against the end of the crankshaft and forces the cap out safely.
Can't recall if that's the case with 350's, but it wouldn't surprise me.
Yeah, but the rotor just kept spinning when I tightened it. No buddy beside me to hold down the break pedal.Digger said:Just for reference, you simply screw the axle in until it bears on the crankshaft.... As you continue to try to tighten it in, you strike it with a hammer and the impact and rotational pressure "pop" it off the taper.....