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  1. Transalp
    Started to change the output shaft on my 700 XL. All the bolts holding the chrome heat shields and the painted heat shields were sized in so that took me around 4 hours to do, I’m a slow worker, drill out re-tap the holes and order new bolts. The rest went as I expected it to no real drama...
  2. For Sale / Wanted
    I need to find a Triumph cranksjaft pinion puller so I can get the pinnion gear off my cranlshaft... They are for sale for about £50 on ebay and I was womdering if any of you lads had one for sale? I have to get one otherwise I cant seperate the crank cases to get at the crank shaft...
  3. Dominator / FMX
    Hi guys, I'm about to tackle replacing the starter clutch on my beloved SLR650....and have run up against a problem - too MUCH information! Do I need a 20mm or 22mm screw-in alternator puller? I'm coming up against BOTH figures on t'Interweb...slightly complicated by my verniers, albeit at a...
  4. Mechanical Advice
    I'm in the process of replacing the bearings in my @'s rear suspension linkage. The pivot points contain needle-type roller bearings which must be pressed or pulled into their seats, i.e. not tapped-in with a drift which could damage their narrow edges. Has anyone made up a bearing puller using...
  5. Dominator / FMX
    I broke down yesterday On inspection The alternator side is filled with engine oil not good ! Is it a complete engine out split engine? Obviously a seal has gone, to replace it can I do it with the engine in situ? Do I need special tools? or can I use a 3 legged puller? to drag the rotor...
  6. Suzuki
    Hi all does anybody know what size the puller is for removing the generator on a sp370 cheers steve
  7. Africa Twin
    Hi All, Now I know there are plenty of threads on bearings and changing them but all the vids etc show the rear. I went to change front wheel bearings on my AT as it says in the Haynes manual. Easy I thought, just insert my brass drift through one side to rest on the face of the opposite...
  8. XL
    Hey, Can anyone point me in the right direction of the rotor puller for this bike. Got sold a puller to fit but its too big (its the two part one) 27mm 1.0 LH thread. Done a bit more research and it appears the 22mm x 1.5mm RH thread (internal) should do it - but want to make sure this time...
  9. Africa Twin
    In the Colchester area? Only need it once, don't want to have to buy one. Need to split my cases to get to output shaft (hopefully sold) Cheers Guys
  10. Transalp
    A special puller is required to get the rotor off the shaft, where can I get one or techical details so I can make one?
  11. Everything Orange - KTM Just found these, seems like a damm fine idea. :D:D.
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