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    Help i need some tools

    Does anyone have the tools to remove the coupler from the crank on a 2009 FZR? There are 2 tools I am looking for;

    Part #'s
    Coupler wrench 90890-06729
    Crankshaft holder 90890-06732

    I just need to take the coupler off to I can get the mag cover off and these parts need to be re-installed using the same tools and torqued to 185ft.lbs, A hammer and pry bar are just not going to cut it!!!!!

    I am very willing to pay for shipping both ways and RENTAL


    Let me know.

    Thanks,
    Tom


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    I remember shobiz having some very specific yamaha SHO tools not too long ago, maybe he still has them.

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    +1 on contacting SHObiz re: rental. Unless he's using them himself at the moment.

    You might consider upgrading to http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1602 as long as you have the coupler off.
    You can pull the intermediate housing and take it to a dealer to pull and replace the pump side coupler, takes them less than .5 hr labor.

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    can you not use a bearing puller from an auto store to pull it off or even warm it slightly to free it off.

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    I "rented" mine from Biz but to be honest, paying freight and the minimal amount he charged seems to me in hindsight to not really be worth his time (seriously, thanks again Biz).

    It's been almost a couple years ago but if I remember correctly, I used a Tigershark prop tool that my buddy (the brains behind my more detailed mods) had. It worked perfectly with Biz's coupler tool.

    Seems tough to buy the tools for a one-time use. Also seems like there would be a market for renting these tools. I would think you would be looking at freight plus around $30 for the use plus a deposit of the full amount of the tool(s).

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    bump, does anybody know how to contact Shobiz outside of PM

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    ttt

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    Quote Originally Posted by razzie View Post
    can you not use a bearing puller from an auto store to pull it off or even warm it slightly to free it off.
    NO, the coupler is threaded on its not pressed............

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    Is there any interest from any of you Yami guys in renting these tools if they were available to be rented?

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