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toolboxjesse
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PostSubject: Willing to loan me your extra Dr. Pulley sliders?   Willing to loan me your extra Dr. Pulley sliders? I_icon_minitimeFri Aug 19, 2011 9:56 am

I would love the chance to try the Dr. Pulley sliders without having to plunk down $60+ for them first. I know several people must have extra sets in different weights that they aren't using. If you would be willing to send them to me I can reimburse you for shipping (via paypal). After I give them a try for a week or 2 I can send them back or perhaps make an offer to buy them.

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Jesse in Atlanta
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bigbird wrote:
I would try the clutch but I need the puller first.
I purchased a lot of the Honda specialized tools (not all) ... I believe I have the puller.
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I would love to find those tools too. I once tried ordering them from Service Honda (they came up in a search) but they told me they weren't available. I really want the clutch spring compressor, especially if it works with the Reflex as well.

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Are you sure they can actually fulfill the order? I can find these parts on other web retailers but at least S.H. wouldn't fulfill it.
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bigbird wrote:
I got these tool part #'s (USA only) from the service manual for clutch work.
The Universal Holder is 07AMB-MCTA100
The clutch outer puller is 07ZMC-MCTA100
The clutch spring compressor is 07ZME-MCTA100
Any idea where you bought any or all of those?

I was notified via email that Ron Ayers ( http://www.ronayers.com ) was running a special at the time which was 25% off the discounted price. No one else even came close to the price ( with the discount ).
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PostSubject: Re: Willing to loan me your extra Dr. Pulley sliders?   Willing to loan me your extra Dr. Pulley sliders? I_icon_minitimeFri Aug 19, 2011 9:38 pm

You guys will think I'm crazy. That's okay. Laughing

I use an inexpensive electric impact wrench to remove the nut from the variator and clutch. An electric impact wrench doesn't have nearly the torque that one working off of compressed air has...but it has enough to do the job. On reassembly, I use a socket wrench to turn the variator through a few compression cycles to ensure the belt is positioned correctly and not pinched, then I use the electric impact wrench to tighten it down.

Harbor Freight sells some extensions for impact wrenches that act like a torque wrench. Many of us simply use a little common sense and tighten the nut, but not over tighten it. The torque on a Burgman 400 is @ 75 ft lbs, which is a fair amount of torque. I will simply tighten the nut with the impact wrench, then give it a couple more quick hits with the impact wrench to make sure the nut is not moving.

As far as a spring compressor goes...I use my feet. Yes...go ahead and laugh. I watched a guy do this on YouTube with his young son watching. He sat on a stool and pressed down on the clutch with his feet. (The clutch was on the garage floor.) There's some spring pressure, but it isn't like the amount is such that the clutch will go flying across the room.

Just be careful and think through what you're doing and you can skip the special tools.

On the other hand, I can understand people who want to do it such that they can actually measure the torque. In which case, you need some of those tools. (But you can probably do without the spring compressor!)

Chris
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PostSubject: Re: Willing to loan me your extra Dr. Pulley sliders?   Willing to loan me your extra Dr. Pulley sliders? I_icon_minitimeSat Aug 20, 2011 12:06 am

This is a problem with not having a Silverwing. Sorry...just trying to offer a suggestion that might help.

The variator and clutch both fit on a spline on a Burgman. However, both pull right off. No puller is needed.

I looked up the part numbers online. I saw some pictures, but they don't give much indication on how they work or if there's any workarounds.

Again, just trying to help. Embarassed

Chris
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PostSubject: Re: Willing to loan me your extra Dr. Pulley sliders?   Willing to loan me your extra Dr. Pulley sliders? I_icon_minitimeMon Aug 22, 2011 8:56 am

I think this went kinda off topic which is OK, but I guess nobody has a set of Dr. Pulley sliders to lend me?

Thanks,
Jesse
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