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Old 09-15-2009, 07:49 PM
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Sheave holder tool ????????

What are you using for this tool ? When we recently changed my V belt we used an air impact wrench.....not really available on the trail 40 miles from the truck....ideas on this ????? TIA.........
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Old 09-15-2009, 07:55 PM
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You can use a bolt from the clutch cover to spread apart the secondary pulley assembly, in other words- you don't need to hold the sheave for anything.
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Old 09-15-2009, 08:52 PM
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Seems when we were re-assembling w/new belt....the primary sheave would rotate along with the secondary sheave while tightening the 22mm nut on the secondary...thus not being able to tighten nut...thats why we used an impact @ 85# or so....follow me ? The shop manual shows using a sheave holder tool ....a simple belt type wrench ? thanx again..........AIU
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I never use a tool to hold.. Just an impact and my hand holding the sheave
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I never use a tool to hold.. Just an impact and my hand holding the sheave
and thats it ..!
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Old 09-16-2009, 08:18 AM
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he is talking about doing it on the trail, but I do not know why you need to take it off to change a belt.

take off plastic cover then primary cage, use one cage bolt to spread the secondary, change belt then reassemble.
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If you have the 700 with the little fan on the secondary, you can go to the hardware store and pick up a bolt the same metric thread as the clutch cover that is 1.5" long. I had to do this so that I could through the slot on the fan into the hole on the secondary. Besides, even when taking the primary off, you still should seperate the secondary so that you have enough belt slack to line up the splines on the primary shaft with the cam plate. If you're dead set on removing the primary then dewault makes a cordless impact that works awesome. We always carry one with us on the trail
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i used a small block of wood from the clutch fins to frame.then you can use a torque wrench.
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