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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-22-2009, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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I was not going to pay and have to order a clutch tool from BRP, i can not belive none of the local dealers stock any of these so i had to make my own.

I ended up having to buy a piece of all thread M8/1.25 X3" could not find a bolt long enough without the shoulder, so i have some left enough to make a couple more anybody need one? I can make them and send out.

i bought and installed a new belt and zip tied my good used one to the frame, and put my belt tool in the batt box, so i am prepared if i snap one on out on a ride.

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I was not going to pay and have to order a clutch tool from BRP, i can not belive none of the local dealers stock any of these so i had to make my own.

I ended up having to buy a piece of all thread M8/1.25 X3" could not find a bolt long enough without the shoulder, so i have some left enough to make a couple more anybody need one? I can make them and send out.

i bought and installed a new belt and zip tied my good used one to the frame, and put my belt tool in the batt box, so i am prepared if i snap one on out on a ride.
bring one with you to the june ride, I'll put it in my tool kit.

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I would love one! Pics?

I priced out the same exact puller from Kawasaki yesterday and it was $96!!!!!!! I could have shit myself!

I think they're $30 from BRP. I know Parker Yamaha can get them!
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alright B no pics i will try and take one, not much to look at really.

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I'll get pics of what I used also...LBR
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I was not going to pay and have to order a clutch tool from BRP, i can not belive none of the local dealers stock any of these so i had to make my own.

I ended up having to buy a piece of all thread M8/1.25 X3" could not find a bolt long enough without the shoulder, so i have some left enough to make a couple more anybody need one? I can make them and send out.

i bought and installed a new belt and zip tied my good used one to the frame, and put my belt tool in the batt box, so i am prepared if i snap one on out on a ride.
I ordered this bolt at Fastenal, no more than $2
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What kind is needed for pulling off the magneto/flywheel? Is there a redneck work-around way to pull it off without the "proper" puller and without screwing up any parts?....Lance
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Hey chris i also made one just like the one you sent over, i found that using grade 8 all thread is a little stouter and wond bend as easy.... bearing belt and chain has it and so does fastenal.
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