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post #12 of Old 06-14-2012
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Re: Siezed perkins

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Originally Posted by bljones View Post
No.
Quick way to bust flywheel teeth, and/or the bellhousing compared to the relativley mid torque applied at the crank which should already be able to deal with crank starting.
Only if you are a flaming retard, in which case you shouldn't be touching an engine in the first place. Although the crank can take the turning force the bolt the pipe wrench is being put on may not be able to, especially if the engine is seized.
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