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2005 rancher flywheel removal

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Does anyone here know how to remove the flywheel without having to have the special tool.Thanks for any and all help.

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Go to your local dealer and buy a puller, they are cheap, I paid about 9 bucks for mine. It is worth the money and alot cheaper than replacing the flywheel or worse yet, the crankshaft.

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