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post #1 of 8 Old 01-03-2012, 08:38 AM Thread Starter
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I'm having one heck of a time trying to remove my primary bolt off 06 BF 750. Tried my air impact and electric impact, still NOGO. This bad boy is on tight.

I can only use a bigger breaker bar and have to acquire the holding tool which I have to pre-fab or purchase. Darn...

Can I wedge anything in the splines without causing damage?

I recently put a new belt on after 650 miles in the original. Belt is now squealing and creeping forward when in gear. Even having trouble putting in neutral sometimes. I cut the old belt and walked the new one on but obviously I have to shim the new.

Anyone live close to CT. and have a holding tool kicking around. I did purchase the primary puller bolt off E-bay for 22.00.

Need help as machine is DOWN for now. Have reviewed numerous threads to date.
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Are you turning it the right way? It has left hand threads

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my brand new 2011 with 400 easy miles wasnt to bad... it was tight and after a good 20minutes of airgun torture to it.. it popped right off along with the secondary.

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I'm having one heck of a time trying to remove my primary bolt off 06 BF 750. Tried my air impact and electric impact, still NOGO. This bad boy is on tight.

I can only use a bigger breaker bar and have to acquire the holding tool which I have to pre-fab or purchase. Darn...

Can I wedge anything in the splines without causing damage?

I recently put a new belt on after 650 miles in the original. Belt is now squealing and creeping forward when in gear. Even having trouble putting in neutral sometimes. I cut the old belt and walked the new one on but obviously I have to shim the new.

Anyone live close to CT. and have a holding tool kicking around. I did purchase the primary puller bolt off E-bay for 22.00.

Need help as machine is DOWN for now. Have reviewed numerous threads to date.
Try smacking the head a few times with a heavy mallet 5 lbs or so, with the impact gun you should be able to spin it off quite easily. And if you do need to hold clutch in place I just use a socket extension with a socket so you get more of a base. I put a bolt thru the floor board and butt it up against it. Just make sure it is setup good so it won't slip and a little heat will never hurt from a propane torch if needed. Not to much just warm it up a little and go

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get the biggest impact gun you have and my compressor is a huge round red one idr compression i think 130-150psi i went up to before it finally came off. i didnt use anything to hold the primary it should just turn about 1/4inch everytime the gun pulses repeatedly...


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Another attempt today

Yes, I've got the thread direction correct. Probably checked myself 10 times. Clockwise to LOOSEN.

Thanks for the replies and I'll give it another try today with the BFH and heat. I like the idea of the socket extension and am obviously concerned with damaging the primary splines. The primary bolt has never been removed so it's stock fit from the factory. Still scratching my head as the torque spec is (69) pounds. This darn bolt must over a 100 lbs torqued....what the heck.

BFH = big f'in hammer

2011bruteforce 750, great video and i have watched it 5 times. All this effort for doing the right thing and installing a new belt. Creeping and squealing now, have to add shims to make it right.

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Yes, I've got the thread direction correct. Probably checked myself 10 times. Clockwise to LOOSEN.

Thanks for the replies and I'll give it another try today with the BFH and heat. I like the idea of the socket extension and am obviously concerned with damaging the primary splines. The primary bolt has never been removed so it's stock fit from the factory. Still scratching my head as the torque spec is (69) pounds. This darn bolt must over a 100 lbs torqued....what the heck.

BFH = big f'in hammer

2011bruteforce 750, great video and i have watched it 5 times. All this effort for doing the right thing and installing a new belt. Creeping and squealing now, have to add shims to make it right.
There aren't any splines; it's a taper fit on the crank.

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