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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-29-2008, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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Cvt help!!

I am trying to get my Teryx ready for this weekend and I am stuck! I just got back from riding it last weekend and I notced that my belt was making a slight squeaking noise. I have 28 hrs on the teryx and it came with 8 hrs when i purchased it. Driving it in and out of the the lot every day at the dealer.

Now the problem i have ran into is I have called every local dealer to try and purchase the pully-puller bolt 57001-1711 and no one has it in stock. I figured screw it, ill just buy the whole aftermarket clutch kit if it comes with the puller, and no one has it. Is there anyone out there that can suggest someone to call or go to pickup the tool, or is there another tool, say from autozone or snap-on that will do the same? Or even some Ghetto-fab, Make shift unit that will work?

I am located in So Cal, Close cities are from Whittier, La Mirada, Brea, all the way out to San Bernardino (thats where I work)

I tested my deflection with a make-shift ruler and straight edge and i am looking at aprox 1.5" right now. Will this damage anything for another weekend?
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you can make a standard puller for a brute force work by either putting a short 1/4" drive extension in the bolt hole first and then using the standard puller, or you can have about 3/4" welded to the tip of that puller then ground smooth. basically the standard kawie puller will work it just needs to be a little bit longer. 11/2 is pretty far out of spec, i think 7/8" is about where it should be. Mine was 3/4" last time i set it.


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I just bought the puller for the Brute and welded a half inch to the end. works great.


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Zack,

I'm pretty sure we have them and keep them in stock.



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you can make a standard puller for a brute force work by either putting a short 1/4" drive extension in the bolt hole first and then using the standard puller, or you can have about 3/4" welded to the tip of that puller then ground smooth. basically the standard kawie puller will work it just needs to be a little bit longer. 11/2 is pretty far out of spec, i think 7/8" is about where it should be. Mine was 3/4" last time i set it.
Do you happen to have a part number? Does most dealers stock it?
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Zack,

I'm pretty sure we have them and keep them in stock.
It's funny that you replied. I saw your video on the clutch kit and I wanted to purchase one from you. Do you guys have any of them available?

Do you think that anything will happen if I run it another weekend with that much deflection?

I would like to do the clutch the same time but I don't have time before this new years trip.
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Be careful, you can smoke the belt easily with that much deflection. It can also break so take it easy.

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Yesterday was a mad house and not sure on either parr for sure. I know I ordered more clutch kits and they will be in Wednesday.

The clutch pullers should be in stock too.

Give me a call today and we can check for sure. Normally both items are in stock.

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