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Attempting to pull the secondary off the 92 340 and it's rusted seized on the driveshaft. Tried a few good whacks with rubber hammer but to no avail. Any suggestions or experience with getting one of these off a splined shaft?
 

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i think i may try putting it on it's side for a few days with some PB blaster. Will have to see if i'm able to get this shaft out without any damage to other components
 

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Take chaincase apart. Take top gear off, bearing behind clutch and slide clutch with shaft attached out as a unit.

Then you can work at it.
 

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no chain case on this one unfortunately as it's direct drive....that's the issue with this one. 91/92 were DD.
 

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fill me in on the puller, first time i've ever heard of having to use a puller to remove a secondary clutch on a polaris. Was going to tip it on it's side and soak with PB blaster after i take the carbs off
 

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I doubt it even applies. Yours sounds really stuck. My wifes fusion had the secondary stuck on the shaft. I wrapped a ratchet strap around the back of the clutch. Wrapped the ends of the straps around my hands. With slack in the straps up to my hands I started to yank the crap out with my arms and body. I almost gave up until I noticed it started to actually move. Once off I had to clean the splines on the shaft and in the secondary one by one for it to float again.
 

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The 90’s should still have a keyed shaft. Before putting a lot of effort getting it off, look to see if the key is present. If it’s not present the clutch is fused to the shaft.
 
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