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    Removing magneto from old crank

    Okay smartypants. Without using 'special' tools. HOw do you remove the shaft, magneto and starter gear?


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    I really like SHObiz'S signature. Just though I'd shar hope this helps. Cantain and coke all night ninjas.

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    actually

    it loooks a bit tricky without the factory puller..what does that puller cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    it loooks a bit tricky without the factory puller..what does that puller cost?

    Hell if I know. Search for the part # and you get zip.

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    my part number is worth jack

    YM-010829089001080..comes out of the FX HO manual, but can't find one any where. Might be time to call the dealer, but those Yamaha special tools are uber pricey. I imagine the rotor puller would be $100 easy. Cheap compared to bugging up the crank however...

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    found it...soart of

    http://www.cmsnl.com/products/puller-rotor_9089001080/

    looks like it will be about $70 US, but since it doesn't show up anywhere in the states, I'd say call a decent dealer to order one. Certainly spoofed me..and I can find almost anything I need to get a job done on the wen. Well I did for this one..but I'm not a big fan of clotted cream and the shipping would be a killer.

    I'd just bring the crank into a dealer and slip a guy a couple of bucks to pop it off for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    http://www.cmsnl.com/products/puller-rotor_9089001080/

    looks like it will be about $70 US, but since it doesn't show up anywhere in the states, I'd say call a decent dealer to order one. Certainly spoofed me..and I can find almost anything I need to get a job done on the wen. Well I did for this one..but I'm not a big fan of clotted cream and the shipping would be a killer.

    I'd just bring the crank into a dealer and slip a guy a couple of bucks to pop it off for you.

    Yeah the guy wants me to slip him 170 bucks

    Probably going to try Central Yamaha here. Can't wait to get the 'huh?' look...

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    170?...I'd be practicing my dirty looks over that one..arrgghhh!

    Try Riva..they seem to be pretty good to me on oddball stuff

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