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    Cheap Drive shaft removal tool

    Took a 5 1/4 inch piece of 2" pvc pipe and cut in in half - it allowed me to use a latge cresent wrench to leverage the stainless part of the carbon seal back enough to easily remove the c clip (i'm not as strong as the hulkster) - it fit over the pto rubber seal - I'm going to make one out of aluminum for the future - but it work quite well - it was stuck pretty good. just FYI

    Tim
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    Awesome!!! I'm going to have to try this.

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    This has got to bee the cheapest!!

    I place the small 2 by 4" against the engine below the shaft, and BOOM the c-clip is of


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    Damn - that's even better Damn Swedes

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    Swedes???

    Now watch it mister

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    Hey Trond - are you guys still riding up in God's country - if so where - I'm in Minneapolis and it's 20 fahreheit today - lakes are frozen. I'm back to SW Florida next week! (ps my Mother was 100% Norski)

    Happy day -

    Tim

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    Here's mine...

    Here's mine...1 1/2 wrench and home depot parts:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tchies View Post
    Hey Trond - are you guys still riding up in God's country - if so where - I'm in Minneapolis and it's 20 fahreheit today - lakes are frozen. I'm back to SW Florida next week! (ps my Mother was 100% Norski)

    Happy day -

    Tim

    No, it's snowing today

    We usually stop riding in october/november and start our season in march...

    Say hello to your mother from me

    And by the way... It's Norsk, not Norski

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    I put this in the prop to take slack out of drive shaft. With the slack out i can actully pull back collar with both and hands, hold with one and remove or install c clip.
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