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Hello, I'm new here. Having a few problems with my 2006 can-an 800. I'm hoping someone can help me. I think oil strainer is clogged. I've got the engine mostly apart but I'm stuck, is mageto bolt reverse threads? Do I use a wheel puller on drive drive side? Any insight on dissecting this engine would really help. Thanks

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Welcome to the site, one of our mods that knows the 4x4 side of quad will help you out asap.

I really only know my sport quads.

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Welcome to the community! I'm not sure about that magneto bolt(s) being reverse thread, I think they come factory with loctite. Do you have a manual?

Here is a reference for parts: BRP -- Parts Catalogs

You can look at the Magneto diagram and engine diagrams for this machine.

I moved this thread into the Mechanical section.

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If you don't have one, get a manual. You will need torque specs when you go to put that thing back together. I'm not sure what you mean by "using a wheel puller on drive drive side"

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