Excellent videos Roach.
My local Case/International farm dealership says they stock a 18mm X 1.5mm by 50 or 60mm long bolt that you can use to remove the rotor/flywheel. If you are located near farm country you can pick one up locally too for about $10-12, the same as I have seen them on ebay. Just check the kaw manual or ebay to see what length you need. I`m sure 60mm is long enough.
I bought mine at the local Bolt Supply House. They didn't stock it, but it was here in a couple days. $7.00.
You don`t show how you are keeping the other parts separated and in order.
I used the same method for everything. I bought a pack of small and large zip-lock bags. I've just been writing a description of the parts on the bags before filling them. Each section of the engine get's it's own cardboard box.
I think I'll start doing what kc_matt suggested and add the corresponding service manual page number to the bags.
Originally Posted by VoIP Doc
What did you use to produce the video/ Web cam, video camera? What video editor?
I'm using a Kodak Playsport
as the camera. It's a great little handheld unit. It's sitting on a flexible tripod.
I'm using Windows Live Movie Maker on my little netbook. I have to record on the lowest setting as the netbook doesn't have enough processing power for editing the high def stuff.
Originally Posted by wolflrv
I'm really glad that Roach is taking the extra time and effort to document this teardown and hopefully the rebuild too..(hint, hint!!). Salute!!
Yeah, I plan on documenting the entire build.
It's not that much extra work to record what I'm doing. I find it forces me to take my time, and that is a good thing.
I know how much I've relied on YouTube videos in the past. It makes a huge difference if you can watch someone (even if they are not doing everything properly).