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Porsche Crest Flywheel lock, gear puller, other tools.

I've ordered the parts to do my water pump and all belts. (and heater valve) Where does the flywheel lock get installed, and is there such a thing as a universal one that any local wrench might have? Im gonna replace the rollers too.
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Don't know if there is a universal flywheel lock, other than using a screwdriver or pry bar. But the Porsche flywheel lock gets installed where the starter mates to the bell housing. Meaning that you remove the starter and bolt the lock using the starter bolts.
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Thanks Scott
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Michael,

you use one starter bolt threaded into bellhousing and in the other hole use a bolt AND nut.

I couldn't find a nut to fit starter bolt so I just used a generic 3/8 bolt & nut.

'44 starter is very easy to pull; maybe mine was super easy as no slave cylinder to work around

Have a cut up coathanger to hang starter from. Also disconnect battery to avoid arc-welding
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I guess I'll be looking for a f-wheel lock. I dont want to take any chances! Thanks for advice
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