Check the cank case, you want to drain that really good. Drain the gas tank, clean the carbs, replace the gas lines because water is probably in them, check everything else throughlyso i just sunk it in the river, took 2 hours to get it out, so now its out in the garage i took the plugs out the exhaust off turned it over got most of the water out, wat are my next steps, im probley gonna have to pull the carb off and what else?
throw some oil in the cylinders and oil them puppies up
to drain the tank and oil ihad to pull them right off the machine, so i took the carbs off was full of water the airbox and so on, im looking for plugs to drain the case but cant find any, i think ima just take the engine out.Check the cank case, you want to drain that really good. Drain the gas tank, clean the carbs, replace the gas lines because water is probably in them, check everything else throughly
theres anuff room for a puller? how is that possible i got the bolt out through that hole.clutch puller it has just enough room to wiggle out thats one of the uses of the access hole the other thing i do is spray wd40 in both cylinders with plugs out pull till ur arm falls off ive found the wd helps pull the water to the top of the cylinder so you can get it out.
thanks, and this will work? ill see if i ahve one if not ill just buy this, but this will remove the sheave to?
sled is sitting in the garage, went to go turn it over and its frozen. still trying to find a clutch puller to pull the engine off, i poured oil in the cylinders i hope once i get the clutch off it will still be ok.thanks, and this will work? ill see if i ahve one if not ill just buy this, but this will remove the sheave to?
ok will doShould of put oil in the cylinders. When you do get it running again, run premix if you replaced your oil lines. There could be air trapped in them, and if the air gets into the injector and the sled runs without oil for the time it takes to get the air bubble out, your motor would be toast. Run 50:1 until the air is worked out, better to foul plugs than destroy pistons.
That clutch looks like a Comet 102-c. They have 2-piece pullers for those that work well in limited space applications like this. It has a small rod that fits inside the hole, and another rod with threads and a bolt head that engages the puller thread on the outside. One side of the puller is cupped and the other is radiused so they won't slip apart in use. Put grease into the cupped part. It works just like a regular puller once it's in place, just turn the bolt head until your clutch pops off.theres anuff room for a puller? how is that possible i got the bolt out through that hole.
all the pullers i have access to r at work idk how ima find one that fits.
Just noticed this new post. I don't understand what's happened here, how come the puller can't be backed out?ok will do
well new problem i got a clutch puller it fit so it thought so i cranked it down and now its bottoming out and the clutch is still on and i cant reverse the puller..so idk ewhat ima do
well i got puller out but i think i stripped the threads on the clutch..now what.Just noticed this new post. I don't understand what's happened here, how come the puller can't be backed out?