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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-21-2009, 10:33 PM Thread Starter
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Damper problem

When taking off my stock damper to put on the fluidampr, the puller stud snapped and now its stuck in the end of the crank. Ive been cranking on this thing for a while and it doesnt look like the damper has moved at all. Yes I removed the damper bolt. I cant figure out why its not coming off. Im lost on this one I could use any help at all.

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post #2 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-22-2009, 01:00 AM
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Re: Damper problem

That sucks! Is the stud still stuck in there? Did you go buy a new puller? It should come right out?
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I never had that problem..... weird. What brand of pulley puller were you using?

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Re: Damper problem

Why didn't you have the dampner bolt still on when using the puller?

I did two of them today and if you take the bolt out and the washer off and put the bolt back in you can use the puller against that.

Found my leak today while doing it as well...


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you did take the washer off?
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you did take the washer off?


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Re: Damper problem

So what happened was the end of the stud on the puller went through the threads for the damper bolt. How I dont know. yes the washer was off and the puller was new.

Well it looks like its time for a new crank and bottom end build. To bad this is my only ride.
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how far did it go in?


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Re: Damper problem

can you not run a tap down it and clean it up or is it to ugly to do that?


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