In Reply to: Gravely Tractor posted by Farmall Bob on February 02, 2013 at 10:36:19:
Bob DO NOT PROCEED WITH WHAT YOU ARE DOING! you will break something and it will cost you big $$$. The starter sprocket comes off the crank as one assembly. You can remove the spark plug, turn the piston to bottom out. Put about 2" of rope down the cylinder, get a big adjustable wrench and turn the odd-ball nut on the end of the starter. The starter is a right hand thread. The rope should stop the piston from traveling to the top. I also would advise you to use the gravely group on yahoo if you need more advice. There are a lot of good folks there that will help.
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