Originally Posted by ozzy214
Those crappy ones with the permanent magnets toss em into the motor breakage bin. The oldies with copper field and armature windings dissemble them for the copper.
For those depressed bolt that hold the field coil into place burn it out with the plasma, a good impact screw driver would loosen them for those not familiar with this tool. You insert the proper bit, give the handle a slight twist then give the end of the driver a whack with a hammer.
Impact screw drivers are like $10.00 with a set of bits, if your working on a motor cycle engine or an outboard these are a must have tool, where your air impact will brake off screws and bolts these things break em lose every time.
Has anyone here tried using the wood chisel to cut the copper wire from motor field coils, starter and generator armatures as I had described in an earlier post, lets hear how it worked for ya. Maybe post some pictures to replace the ones I posted that got deleted.