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I rounded off my friends 2 piece Polaris pri. clutch puller. I need to buy him a new one 'cause it was like brand new. I found some on line last year but now I can't find them. Does anyone know where I can buy a new one?
 

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Always use the right sized wrench/socket while using a puller. And putting a little bit of grease or oil on the threads help a ton.
 

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Originally posted by bedwet
[br]if you rounded off the nut just take a old socket and weld it on


It was in perfect condition when I got it, so I will buy him a new one. I found one on Al's for $9 so it's all good. Thanks, Kirk
 

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That's why I don't ride other peoples machines and why I don't like people riding mine.But MoJuice you can ride mine cause at least your honest about it and will fix what you broke.That's a true friend we all need those kind of friends!!!!!!!!
 

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Yeah, thanks. It is only right. And what kind of sled do you have,LOL [:D] ...And I fall asleep as soon as my head hits the pillow.
 

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MoJuice,
Ride his sled since he offered, just don't borrow a trailer.
 

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I did that with a puller of mine before.. just used a pipe wrench on the puller shaft afterwards to turn the puller.
 
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