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Re: Arctic Cat 440 FC

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Mule Meat

10-11-2018 14:46:30

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You need a Clutch Puller Tool. Picked one up at a local Suzuki dealer for less than $40 to pull the clutches from a Kawasaki SxS. You may find one at a local Auto parts store if you live in an area that has a lot of snowmobiles.

Just make sure that you use one that will fit your make and model.

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RLP in Co.

10-12-2018 00:25:36

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 Re: Arctic Cat 440 FC in reply to Mule Meat, 10-11-2018 14:46:30  
That tool would be easy to make. Just take a length of all thread and grind one end down to fit.

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Doug - Iowa

10-11-2018 16:08:29

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 Re: Arctic Cat 440 FC in reply to Mule Meat, 10-11-2018 14:46:30  
Yep, ruined two of those. One cheaper aftermarket one and one $200 Artic Cat one. Tried the water freezing trick, no luck. Made a threaded fitting to hook up to a grease gun and still not loose. I don't "think" I've ruined the clutch threads but I wouldn't be surprised. I left the clutch bolt out and took it for a ride thinking maybe it would come loose under load, nope. It has been soaking with Kroil since last year. Biggest worry is I've swelled the end of the crank and made it impossible to repair. Ironically the sled has only 940 miles on it, it's a 2-up guide sled with two speed and reverse, it was top of the line at the time. Needed a big sled for ice fishing. Still a great "old man's sled" as my son calls it. His Polaris XLR is way too fast temptation for me.

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10-11-2018 16:17:30

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 Re: Arctic Cat 440 FC in reply to Doug - Iowa, 10-11-2018 16:08:29  
your using the wrong puller the correct puller goes past the end of the crankshaft all the way in till it bottoms out inside the crank end, past all the threads if you have damaged the end of the crank you are pushing on the wrong place the proper puller is smaller then the threads so to bottom inside the crank

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