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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-08-2009, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Help - I can't get my clutch off

Made my own clutch puller and a piece broke off inside - i can't get this piece out, can't get the pulller in because of this stuck piece- is there Any and another way to get this thing off?? Tried banging on it with a rubber mallet, tried hooking a winch up to it - this thing just won't budge!!
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Hit with a dead blow or the rubber hammer while you are pulling it with winch.



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Been trying that don't budge.HELP
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Ouch...that sucks...is the part that broke off threaded into the crank shaft now?
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I got it off, put heat to it and keep tension on it with a winch and used a dead blow hammer. I thought for sure I was __________ big time.
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Nice job...you get an A for effort...
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QUOTE=SandJunkie;18873]Nice job...you get an A for effort...[/QUOTE]

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That sucks what type of kit were you putting on? Dalton offers a pulling tool that you can buy from them. The piece that broke off is preventing you from getting a puller tool on the clutch? What did you make the pulling tool out of?
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I made it from a threaded bolt and a metal rod. It worked on mine and a friends a few times. This time the metal rod bent and got stuck inside. I was adjusting the belt, im running EPI's lime green and maroon springs no problems in 110 hours.
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Do you have any other motor work done to your teryx?
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