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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-25-2019, 06:16 PM
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Same here, could've had a whole box of puller bolts for $20, but they had to order them.
I am 100% sure they would not have the right size ----but Tractor supply is a good deal on bolts , they are sold by the pound , grade 5 , grade 8 and stainless ------- every time I go , I fill a bag up with mixed nuts and bolts that I use often
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Well Fastenal didn't have one nor could get it but since they manufacture their own stuff, for the low low price of a 250 buck set up fee I can have one!!!! 😳 Uh.......NO THANKS! I tried Ace Hardware and a few places around me but the left hand threads are the kicker, which makes it a "specialty automotive" item and hoping to not have to go almost an hour into downtown Nashville. I've called just about every fastener company and any other place I can think of, even the Mahindra tractor dealership up here, but didn't think about ol TSC and got one 10 minutes down the road, thanks Fish! I wish I'd ordered one and it would be here tomorrow or Thursday but didn't think it would be such a bear to find, guess I shouldn't think so much 😁!!!
I appreciate the compliments guys, I keep her and all my other toys clean. I had it siick and span from the initial build right after I got it and after a ride she always gets a bath and ready for the next ride. I told ya the new cases I got from PSN were clean which I was even surprised how clean when I opened the box! They cleaned up even better though so I was happy. As soon as I can get the flippin flywheel off I'll be making good progress but unfortunately I'm at a standstill which drives me nuts!!! Live and learn I guess lol, so as soon as I get that sucker off I'll post an update and as always more pics for thirsty eyes 👀. Oh and I text a buddy of mine that's a gunsmith and builds all kinds of bad a$$ toys about turning me one on his lathe and he said he'll gimme a buzz tomorrow and let me know the cost so hopefully won't be to much. I don't know of anyone that even has one I can borrow at this point so like I said, I'm stuck in a holding pattern at the moment and have studied and studied how I can get that sucker off without messing up my crank, which is tight as a tick in every way, but haven't come up with anything. If one of y'all knows something I don't by all means jump on in fellas, a$$ chewing or constructive criticism is more than welcomed, ain't no thin skin here! I'll update things soon guys, I appreciate y'all!!
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I am 100% sure they would not have the right size ----but Tractor supply is a good deal on bolts , they are sold by the pound , grade 5 , grade 8 and stainless ------- every time I go , I fill a bag up with mixed nuts and bolts that I use often

They do have good buys on bolts, an aisle filled on two sides, but not the puller bolt. Bolts by the pound is hard to beat. I bought one from ebay for $12 because the shipping was 3 days vs. 10 days at Fastenal. But with Fastenal, I could've been selling puller bolts.



It's a good tool to have, that same puller is used on a lot of machines. My Kaw street bike, '87 Foreman, the '94 300 in this thread .... etc.
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Hey guys, sorry for not posting anything the last few weeks but been dealing with life lol. I ordered the puller I needed after doing more looking and found one on Ebay from MotionPro for $12.78 and free shipping. I could have already been done had I did a little more searching and paid closer attention to Ebay rather than going to so many places trying to find one, Bonehead!!! Oh well, it came later part of last week and been taking care of some other things and haven't had time nor really felt like fooling with it. I'm flying out Friday for an interview in Naples Florida and going to stay with a friend while I'm there for a few days after the interview and do some crabbing and fishing then flying back the following Friday. I'll be back on it Saturday and should go fairly easy once the flywheel is removed so I'm hoping to have everything out of the original cases and starting to put everything in the new used set that afternoon or at least start assembly Sunday after church. I'll be posting more pics and updates as I go when I get back. Just wanted to fill y'all in since I haven't posted anything in a while, I haven't forgotten ya lol. Thanks guys!
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