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    951 DI Flywheel Removal (Universal Puller)

    I'm aware that there is a specific puller for the 951, but i'm still considering trying to remove the flywheel with a universal puller on my 02 gtx di. I have 3 of the mag cup torx 6m bolts removed, but I can't seem to find anything local that fits back in again. I've tried 6mm and 8mm , almost seems like it's in between. 1/4 and 5/16 was the same, so i'm hoping that someone else out there has tried this before and knows which size bolt/thread to use so I can order something online.

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    buy the puller..anything else=foolish

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    http://www.shopsbt.com/jetski/80-107.html

    granted it won't be as good as an OEM Seadoo puller..but how many flywheels are YOU going to be pulling?

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    Cheaper than messing something up.

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    on a 951 DI ANYTHING is cheaper then bugging something up without the proper tools

    fact is having to pull the flywheel means there is some big trouble going on..so why try to save $20.

    Let's say I provided the bolt specs..three high grade bolts would run you at least $12 and shipping would be a miracle for under $10

    it's tough enough getting a 717 flywheel off without the availability of a factory puller..or a Polaris for that matter

    oh yes, welcome to GH and +1 for not totally removing the cdi trigger cup ( now that is PAINFUL)

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    Thanks for the advice. I'll order up the puller.

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    I have pulled these off with a universal puller even on a beach with no power.
    It can be done but the proper tool makes it easier.

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    Thanks everyone. The puller arrived and it was a breeze taking off. I barely had my finger on the impact gun and it popped right off. Anyone that ever questions this, just get the puller!

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