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Old 08-15-2012, 02:54 PM   #1
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how to make a primary clutch puller

Get a 3/4 bolt 2and3/4 in long and what I used was a 4" 5/8 bolt with the head ground off. Stick the 5/8 bolt in first and the thread the 3/4 bolt in on top and hit it with an air gun and there you go.
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Old 08-15-2012, 03:23 PM   #2
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I see...and what did the SAE threads do to the metric threads on the clutch?








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Old 08-15-2012, 05:30 PM   #3
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Metric standard idk I found a bolt the fit used a micrometer and posted!
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And what they told us in MINUTE at polaris tech school is eveything on the clutch and engine is sae and not metric
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And now we know why all the polaris techs send your bike back in worse shape than when you dropped it off lol








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What kind of machine is this for? I know my Brute is metric, but I don't own a popo or suzuki, so I don't know about them. I saw a vid about changing a clutch on a polaris and he mentioned standard size hardware, so standard threads wouldn't be a stretch. I'm curious about this now...








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I promise ya that they are Metric threads in there
I know ours is but maybe Polaris is sae...afterall, they are made here. I thought he was talking about a Brute force with a handle like his. Should have look where he posted.

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I know ours is but maybe Polaris is sae...afterall, they are made here. I thought he was talking about a Brute force with a handle like his. Should have look where he posted.
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