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Was doing some work on my engine and this is the result. Notice the slight curve and the impression of threads on one end. I'll post more pics later of the 'aftermath'. [:(]
 

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Both right.. a clutch puller that broke the threaded end off the primary, you can see the jamb nut still on the shaft end. Wouldn't have believed it unless I saw it, put enough force on the puller that it slightly bent the puller and put the impression of the PTO threads on the end. That thing must be on there tighter then {put your own explicative here}. Well, nothing left to do but tear down the engine and hope for the best. Was thinking of rebuilding anyway, now I've got a real good reason to do that.
 

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Yeah, i had the nubb on the end of the crank break on me before, it turned out that one of the bushings in the primary was shot, caused one of the weights to stick, and at 8000 RPM, it made enough G's to break that 2 inch nubbin off like a twig.
 
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