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Old 08-25-2018, 03:35 AM
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hopefully the balance was tested before jb welding the magnets back on, otherwise it'll be one **** of a testrun.
You didn't say so... but you have been warned... so what now?


I'd trust in JB weld for that too..
there isn't much of a force that tries to break the magnets loose anyways..
and the biggest involved force is centripetal and forces the magnets onto the rim of the flywheel, the epoxy just has to deal with the inertial forces of the magnets
(keep them in place as the flywheel accelerates)
and it shouldn't degrade as the engine heats up.

Maybe it's optimistic but I'd say JB weld can do both *shrugs*
(on properly prepared surfaces that is)

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