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    94 r1100gs crankshaft pulley boondoggled again

    Apparently I'm a dumba**...
    Got my new crankshaft pulley rotor today. Thought I cranked the bolt down to the right value. ~37 ftlbs... Had it set on 37nm. So, now I have yet another rotor with a sheared off tab. Also, I glued that mother with the loctite black max, so now the old rotor is stuck in the pulley. Any ideas on how to remove the rotor from the pulley without hurting myself or someone else?!? Is there anything that will dissolve that stuff?
    94 BMW R1100GS, 2007 Ural Gear-Up Arctic, 77 BMW R100/7

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    Heat.

    A lot of stuff gets screwed up with torque wrenches.
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    Should that crankshaft pulley bolt get some blue loctite maybe?
    94 BMW R1100GS, 2007 Ural Gear-Up Arctic, 77 BMW R100/7

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpearson View Post
    Apparently I'm a dumba**...
    Got my new crankshaft pulley rotor today. Thought I cranked the bolt down to the right value. ~37 ftlbs... Had it set on 37nm. So, now I have yet another rotor with a sheared off tab. Also, I glued that mother with the loctite black max, so now the old rotor is stuck in the pulley. Any ideas on how to remove the rotor from the pulley without hurting myself or someone else?!? Is there anything that will dissolve that stuff?
    Use some heat sparingly, a heat gun to start.
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