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extinctgopher

1987 Yamaha Big Bear - Pivot Shaft Stuck

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Make sure the jam nut is off or at least loose first, it's a 6mm allen hex, If that's rounded off you're going to have a tough time getting that sucker out. You can sometimes pound a 1/4" hex bit into the rounded out 6mm. Failing that get someone to weld a large nut onto that pivot bolt and it should come out.

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