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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-26-2009, 10:29 AM Thread Starter
 
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clutch puller

just thought i would throw this out there. i need to replace my belt today and cant find a puller in town got the measurements off the dealers own and took those and my old brute force puller which is the same but a little shorter in two sections to a machine shop with a bottle of rye and he made one while I waited in about twenty minutes.

might be worth checking out if you need one.
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i had asked for the specs on the tool a while back and got no response.
i have a friend with a wide variety of clutch tools but don't know if any of them are the same or not and don't want to risk botching something up by trying them.
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looking for a write up on replacing belts.
Sounds like its not something you can do at midnight in a bowl
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Sounds like its not something you can do at midnight in a bowl
Get a service manual, it will tell you step by step how to remove the belt.
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Sounds like its not something you can do at midnight in a bowl
You can do the "pull up on the belt as hard as possible" to separate the secondary and then jam a piece of wood inside to hold it open. This will give you enough slack to pop the belt off the primary side and replace with a new

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go to hunterworks.com he has a whole video on how to do it i just did it very informative
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i have nevr used a puller to change a belt but always keep all the tools in the trailer to tear the whole thing down but way faster to open up the secondary and roll the belt off
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I hope I never have to change a belt in the dunes or on the trail but if I do I have can do the entire job in just over an hour. I have a tool pack that I made up of all the tools needed to do the job.

The best thing you can do is cut the rocker panel on both sides of the fuel tank filler so that you can slide the tank out without removing the entire rocker panel.
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UTV Crap sells clutch pullers..they have 2 versions

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You can do the "pull up on the belt as hard as possible" to separate the secondary and then jam a piece of wood inside to hold it open. This will give you enough slack to pop the belt off the primary side and replace with a new
Is there any risk in stretching the belt or damaging the new one by doing this? I already have a belt and puller on order from Hunterworks that will be here tomorrow, but I'm a little nervous about the torquing the primary back on. I have a $45 dollar NAPA torque wrench and I don't know how accurate it is, or how I'm gonna hold the primary while I do it. I assume I can run a nylon strap thru it someplace...?

I suppose you could scuff the secondary sheeve tho too eh? I'm leaning towards using the puller...
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Is there any risk in stretching the belt or damaging the new one by doing this? I already have a belt and puller on order from Hunterworks that will be here tomorrow, but I'm a little nervous about the torquing the primary back on. I have a $45 dollar NAPA torque wrench and I don't know how accurate it is, or how I'm gonna hold the primary while I do it. I assume I can run a nylon strap thru it someplace...?

I suppose you could scuff the secondary sheeve tho too eh? I'm leaning towards using the puller...
The belts stretch due to heat, if you can physically stretch one you should wear a cape and save humanity 😃

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