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Old 08-01-2013, 07:52 AM   #16
Tim McKittrick
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It might work- but it's a poor notion as if it fails you risk damaging the case and crankshaft.

I'd use the old airman's "rope trick" instead- feed a short length of small diameter cord through a sparkplug hole into one of the cylinders on it's compression stroke to jam between the piston and head and stop the motor from turning. The soft cord will prevent the engine from spinning but won't damage anything as you remove the rotor bolt.
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