unfortunately, i'm not in australia. here's a tip. I used the tool for removal with an impact wrench. however, i had my flywheel lightened so the holes in the flywheel on the sides for the tool no longer exist. I ended up cleaning the flywheel of oil and used 2 strap wrenches to be able to torque it down. I used the dual nut setup from motowheels each torqued to 140ft.lb with red loctite.
You may be able to use a strap wrench or two to hold the flywheel while removing/torquing the nut. Just make sure you remove all oil residue from the circumference.
Why do you want to take the flywheel off?? I have a tool, with the 2 pins that matches into the stock flywheel, so if you are removing and re-installing the stock flywheel, it's ok to use. Aftermarket, probably not.You will need a rattle gun, air or electric, that nut is crazy tight. I live west of Ipswich and work at Redbank, between Brisbane and Ipswich.
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