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1990 big bear pull start pulley

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Anyone know how to get the pull start pully off the crank so I can get my left crankcase cover off so I can change my stator out.

Should I use a 3 claw bearing puller, has anyone done it with succes, I dont have one so have to rent/buy/borrow one but from the pics I dont know if it will fit between the pulley and case. This is a picture of what Im trying to get off, there is no bolt holes on the inside to thread a diffrent type of puller into. The center bolt came right out.

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i changed the stator on my 91, and i think all i did was take a broad flat screwdriver and pop it off that way, just made my way in a circular pattern. i never needed a puller ...

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Thanks for the reply I rented/borrowed a small 3 jaw puller from pepboys put the center bolt back in half way and it pulled right out with little to no force, less than 5 minutes and it was off. That versus the hour i spent on it this weekend, trying to tap with hammer and prying on it with 2 flat bars on each side and it wouldnt budge, which is when I got worried about cracking the crank cover behind it putting to much force on it with the flat bars. 99% of things are simpler with the right tool.

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