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    Fzr prop removal 2014

    I am having a really hard time getting the prop off to put my solas prop on. I have the tool to go around the spline/shaft but now the prop itself is one stripping. I know it is reverse threaded and gave done this on my other jets skis. I tried to heat it up but it didn't work. Any advice?


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    Quote Originally Posted by quinn.jeremyz View Post
    I am having a really hard time getting the prop off to put my solas prop on. I have the tool to go around the spline/shaft but now the prop itself is one stripping. I know it is reverse threaded and gave done this on my other jets skis. I tried to heat it up but it didn't work. Any advice?
    Get as much leverage as you can , a couple of feet will do it.

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    They had the same issue with mine when they installed my turbo and other goodies. I herd it was a pain in the ass and it did mess up some of the threads. They cleaned up very well once they got it off. Before and after Picts
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    No issue you have to Use the Right tool for the job!!!! This is the 20.00 tool that works for the new FZR's add a pipe for leverage!!!? Any other bs tool will be a ring a round the Rosie!!! Till you see a stripper!!!
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    This is how i did mine, just step on the wrench and slowly add weight with your body, a couple small jumps can also help. When you put your solas in place be sure to to use anti sieze in the threads and tigh it as much as you can, if not your SVHO will do it and next time you will have a REAL hard time to pull the impeller off.

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    Put some heat to it around the hub and make sure u are turning wrench the right way. Prop thread is like pipe thread...righty loosy lefty tighty use anti seize for reinstall...

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    Where did you get this wrench? The only one I could find are for axels.

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