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Old 08-03-2011, 01:56 PM   #1
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Thought i figured out which removal tool to buy.Can anybody point me in the right direction for the 340cc motor.


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Old 08-04-2011, 08:51 AM   #2
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Thanks,I'm guessing this would work?
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Old 08-04-2011, 08:20 PM   #4
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Just realized the primary clutch is not stock.Is this the Comet Duster 94C? I'm guessing somewhat better than stock and can this be rebuilt if needed?
Will the Arctic Cat hex shaft tool remove this also?

A lot of questions I know

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Yes it can be rebuilt. You may have to make a puller. A piece of hardened 7/16 rod (grade 8 bolt) and a grade 8 bolt of the right thread for the end of the clutch. Insert the bolt all the way in after removing the retaining bolt and cut it off so at least 1/2 inch of threads are being used on the bolt. more if you can. The pivot bolt kit is available on ebay. I am not sure, but the threads look like they are 9/16-18. If you have the plug bolt for the end you just need the grade 8 bolt to cut off.
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Cat hex puller works fine on the duster clutch I have done it many times.They also work on a variety of old steel clutches as well.
The duster 94c is a very good little unit for sleds of 40hp or so and normally dont give any trouble for many miles/years,cant say the same for 102 comets though.Most of the 102 comets are worn out and they cost a fortune to rebiuld if you can find the parts for them.

When you get the 94c off the crank you may want to get the cover off it and you do this by tapping the hex end of the puller while it is screwed in and the spring pesure will pop the cover off.When you reasemble the clutch just put it together clean and dry meaning no lube.
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Cat hex puller works fine on the duster clutch I have done it many times.They also work on a variety of old steel clutches as well.
The duster 94c is a very good little unit for sleds of 40hp or so and normally dont give any trouble for many miles/years,cant say the same for 102 comets though.Most of the 102 comets are worn out and they cost a fortune to rebiuld if you can find the parts for them.

When you get the 94c off the crank you may want to get the cover off it and you do this by tapping the hex end of the puller while it is screwed in and the spring pesure will pop the cover off.When you reasemble the clutch just put it together clean and dry meaning no lube.
Hope this helps.
Good to hear and thank you for the tips.Tried to make my own from Mike R's description,didn't have any luck.That sucker is on there.
I Have to say though the Flywheel clang kind of surprised me.
Wasn't expecting that.

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Yep those flywheels can scare you sometimesLOL.Best to buy the proper puller,I use an electric impact on my stuff and havent had one not come off yet.
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Yep those flywheels can scare you sometimesLOL.Best to buy the proper puller,I use an electric impact on my stuff and havent had one not come off yet.
I do have a air impact wrench that I will try this time if I can't get it off manuallyThanks.
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Damn! that sucker is on there
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