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    Looking for Coupling Removal tool 310 motor

    Looking for a Coupling removal tool for a Kaw 310. Buy or rent??? Probably will never need one again. Just have a 310r ski that I need to rebuild do to a piston meltdown

    thanks for for the help
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    take the output shaft off and leave the coupler on it. you'll need a big air impact!

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    Just use a pry bar positioned across the entire width of the coupling. Heat the coupling with a torch and it will pop right off... otherwise you'll probably damage the coupling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy_steven View Post
    Just use a pry bar positioned across the entire width of the coupling. Heat the coupling with a torch and it will pop right off... otherwise you'll probably damage the coupling.
    That doesn’t work on Supercharged motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHC View Post
    take the output shaft off and leave the coupler on it. you'll need a big air impact!
    been trying it that way...large air impact and big breaker bar and cannot get it to the let loose. Was thinking the coupler would be easier to remove with heat just need the tool.
    Thanks

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    you need a really HD impact gun, like local diesel mechanic impact to beat lug nuts off and you need to turn the line psi up to 165ish..... your typical garage compressor wont do that. after that, keep beating on it with the impact till the compressor turns on. let it get completely full and repeat, it will come off i promise its just a PITA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joewharton2 View Post
    That doesn’t work on Supercharged motor.
    Damn... wish you would have told me that before I took apart 2 of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy_steven View Post
    Damn... wish you would have told me that before I took apart 2 of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWHC View Post
    you need a really HD impact gun, like local diesel mechanic impact to beat lug nuts off and you need to turn the line psi up to 165ish..... your typical garage compressor wont do that. after that, keep beating on it with the impact till the compressor turns on. let it get completely full and repeat, it will come off i promise its just a PITA!
    thanks got it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joewharton2 View Post
    thanks got it off.
    just reply with what ya did/used to help get it off. its useful when people actually do use the search function!

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