Originally Posted by sleeping_dragon
That's why I said high quality gun that puts a real quick load on it.
I cant hardly believe putting a heavy strain on the crank by holding the clutch and turning on the puller is any better....that's always when I see pullers getting bent too.
About 99 percent of the time they pop in about 1 second or less with a good impact.
Is it really any harder than mashing the throttle from a stop or landing on the throttle? Granted the belt should slip but the poor primary end of the crank takes a beating just riding alone.
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