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Old 11-12-2009, 06:40 PM
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Default Polaris 800BB flywheel puller

I need to yank the flywheel off on my 03 Escape, if anyone has a puller they'd be willing to loan me I'd gladly pay the shipping both ways.
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I use a harmonic balancer puller made by Lisle from any auto parts store, You can pick one up for what it would cost to ship back and forth but your welcome to borrow mine if need be. If it's really stubborn the SLP heavy duty puller is probly your best bet.
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I need to yank the flywheel off on my 03 Escape, if anyone has a puller they'd be willing to loan me I'd gladly pay the shipping both ways.
I recommend the slp fly wheel puller they retail for 49.95

if you order one through me you get a extra 10% off and free shipping it's a nice tool to have
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i used a 19 dollar harmonic puller from canadian tire to pull mine...it worked real well...i bolted it tight making sure the bolts didn;t go past the threads into the mag section...tighten her up in the center bolt with the little adapterto rest against crank and then a little rap with the hammer...now the rap is recommended in the cat manual but i don;t know about your manufacturer
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I just moved but I may be able to find mine. I'll try and remember to look tomorrow. I'm in Liberty Lake.
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Jason if you cant find yours i have one here in wenatchee
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I found mine. PM me if you still need to borrow it.
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Jason I think I'll take you up on that. Wifey will be in Spoko tomorrow, would you be available sometime during the day for her to meet up with you?
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M8Majic is correct. The el cheapo does the job just fine. I have 3 or 4 different ones. They all do the same thing. One thing to make it easier especially if it is the first time the flywheel has been removed is use a heat gun. Don't melt the varnish coating, but a bit of heat goes a long way.
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If you have access to a welder you can build your own too.
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