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Regular Joe
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Download your free service manual from the site here, it'll have all the info you need. Your drain plug can be a head-scratcher at first, here's a pic I took of mine:

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Welcome to the site

Download your free service manual from the site here, it'll have all the info you need. Your drain plug can be a head-scratcher at first, here's a pic I took of mine:

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Found my problem...timing chain tensioner backed off and blew spring and all off the bike...great bike but a pain in the arse to get to anything lol
 

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Regular Joe
2014 Maverick 1000r
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We've read of that happening before, dang. Front one's not bad, rear one's a PITA yeah
 

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Don't have a clutch puller tool for primary what can I use instead?
Primary you need a special puller. Don't buy cheap we've seen disasters. There sre stories right here on this web site. I would suggest only the Can Am tool but that's me 😉
 

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I removed the exhaust when I fixed the rear chain tensioner on my ATV as I didn't want to go through the clutches' route.
 

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Might be the route I take to if I can't get a proper puller...was it difficult?
If wasn't difficult. Just time consuming, but I would say simpler and less risky compared to pulling clutch components and then torqueing things back to spec.
just a reminder that a puller is required anyways for maintenance work on the one way bearing.
Are the 450s different than the rest because as far as I know, you can access the one-way bearing by just loosening the primary bolt and removing the outer sheave and then voila the one-way bearing is there and ready for service.
 

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Regular Joe
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Tha

Thanks guess I'm going to have to bite the bullet and get one...cheers
Canampartsguy sells 'em, they're a great source to bookmark for your future use.
 
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