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i was doing a one way install for my atv
and it was going so smooth.

after i get the gear, one way and flywheel on

i find out that the shaft is stripped pic below
what do i do now and how much would this cost to fix
my atv is my pride aand joy and now it's all gone

im basically fucked

some one please help :( :( :( :( :( :( :(

 

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Had the same problem, puller wrecked a few threads (3 I think) on the end.

At first I tried to re-cut the threads, but that didn't work out. At that point I just did my best to clean them out and then file enough of them away that I could get the nut past them.
 

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CoalShedRacing said:
I can't tell from the pics if the threads are stripped or not. Are you saying the threads on the crank are stripped?

The end of the crank was screwed up by the puller.
yes the nut wont go on because of the puller damaged it
 

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Maddog56 said:
Had the same problem, puller wrecked a few threads (3 I think) on the end.

At first I tried to re-cut the threads, but that didn't work out. At that point I just did my best to clean them out and then file enough of them away that I could get the nut past them.
did this work^^^^^ if it did then im going to get a dremil and file it down

and can i use a different nut or dose it have to be the factory nut
i think damaged the nuy to
 

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well i fixed it bought a dremil and did a little grinding
and got the bolt on and from there it was a walk in the park

thanks for your tips
 

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that would of scared the sh*t out of me too....i would of never guessed to just file it down and use the remainder of the threads...that kind of thing would bother me. Once the nut was back on could you still see more thread or are you sitting on half thread, half grind??
 

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There's plenty of thread left to get the whole nut on, it's just that when you gum up the first couple threads you can't get the nut on at all.
 

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Maddog56 said:
There's plenty of thread left to get the whole nut on, it's just that when you gum up the first couple threads you can't get the nut on at all.
yup.........

u can still see thread but not much, i used a torque wrench
 

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I was doing the same thing on my buddies Raptor and while torquing the nut back on the end of the crank to I think 110 ft*lbs I broke the end of the crank off. I mean this was crazy. It broke off at the end of the threads.
 

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SpDdEmOn said:
I was doing the same thing on my buddies Raptor and while torquing the nut back on the end of the crank to I think 110 ft*lbs I broke the end of the crank off. I mean this was crazy. It broke off at the end of the threads.
yea most people recomend to torq it down to 110 ft*lbs but i did 100 lbs

for that reason and did'nt want to stress the thrads
 
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