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Old 06-18-2010, 09:15 PM   #17326
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08 flywheel puller needed

I'm doing my cam chain, does anyone local(northern colorado) have the flywheel puller tool that they would let me borrow? Beverages back at ya

Thanks!

I'll cross post this in the Rockies region.
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Old 06-18-2010, 09:26 PM   #17327
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The dumbass in my garage lastnight took apart the oil pump assembly on my 610. I'm pretty sure he can't get it back together without taking the side cover back off. The loud and embarassing words coming from his mouth may have upset the deer, they may need counseling.
todd you are welcome to drop by and take mine apart any time for reference. I wish I had known.. I coulda stopped by an hour ago we passed by your place dropping back down from Pole Hill



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Old 06-19-2010, 12:44 AM   #17328
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Went to MotoXotica and a couple things I wanted to share.


Dan said the 630 Side stand works perfectly on the 610.

And then, he said "Man, I dunno what it is about the 610, but some people break some weird parts on that bike"

"THere's you up in Seattle, you've had some strange parts, and there's a guy in Socal who lives on a boat, I Dunno what the hell he does to his bike but..."


yeah, um, so since I just moved off the boat to Seattle, I guess it's just me.
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Old 06-19-2010, 01:15 AM   #17329
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Is there any chance that something worked its way into the hole you put in your case last year? If you patched it, could some of the patch material have broken off inside the motor?
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Old 06-19-2010, 01:54 AM   #17330
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Is there any chance that something worked its way into the hole you put in your case last year? If you patched it, could some of the patch material have broken off inside the motor?
larryboy and I got pretty far into the motor tonight.

When I opened the right case there was quite a bit of metal. After checking everything, we determined it was indeed a chunk of Aluminium from the chain punch. I __KNOW__ I pushed a 1/8" by 1/2" sliver in and I never could get it back out. Now it's all ground up.

The Clutch springs are a bit torqued, and the bushing has quite a bit of wobble in it. Rob thinks that's my noise maker, hopefully Dan's got them parts and I'll get it back together tomorrow

Otherwise everything really looks pretty good.
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Old 06-19-2010, 10:27 PM   #17331
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Loose Nut

My clutch has not been fully engaging lately and there was no adjustment left in the cable. I thought that perhaps the cable had stretched, so I bought a new one. That was not the problem.

I pulled the clutch side cover to try the adjustment nut on the clutch. I found the nut too tight to move and had to take the plates off to be able to loosen it.

When I removed the plates I found the nut holding the clutch hub on was loose. The lock washer was bent over, so it could not have come off.

It had to have been locked on finger tight at the factory.
Torque spec is 45 Ft Lbs.

While I have it apart I will check the primary drive nut.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...usky+Husqvarna

Tomorrow I go in search of a 1 or 38 mm socket.
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Old 06-19-2010, 10:51 PM   #17332
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Just talked to xymotic who made it to Tahoe, but unfortunately not in time to ride. He said he and larryboy worked out his mechanical issues. Now he's spending time with 30+ riders in Tahoe, many who are riding buddies of his from LA. That boy is nuts.
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Old 06-20-2010, 02:04 AM   #17333
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Just talked to xymotic who made it to Tahoe, but unfortunately not in time to ride. He said he and larryboy worked out his mechanical issues. Now he's spending time with 30+ riders in Tahoe, many who are riding buddies of his from LA. That boy is nuts.
yeah, got to be a new record for me, 2k mile 'motorcycle' trip. I've spent about 40 seconds riding the bike.

Also left my laptop @ larryboy's house

Eric, you don't get to call me nuts the way you ride your 610 all over creation. Vern and riddler signed you up for a longish ride up to the northwet

HUGE thanks to Larryboy and family for belong me fix the motor. Couldn't have done it without him
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Old 06-20-2010, 06:19 AM   #17334
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still amazed every time at how sweet this bike handles

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Old 06-20-2010, 06:40 AM   #17335
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The dumbass is wrong the oil pump is fully removable from the outside of the bike. No need to take the clutch cover off. In fact there is only one way to put the cover and gaskets back that makes sense. Look at the c shaped oil slots in the plate and gaskets and you want to avoid restricting flow by putting the plate or gasket on upside down. Make sure the shaft squared end engages with the crank and seats all the way in so you can put the cover on without breaking it. The pump vane does not need to be in any particular position so rotate it into a position where she drops in to the center of the pump without a fight. I hope this makes sense for you.

Oh and I do have a puller but I am 2 hours south of you. I can mail it for $5.00 if you are in a pinch and you can mail it back.


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The dumbass in my garage lastnight took apart the oil pump assembly on my 610. I'm pretty sure he can't get it back together without taking the side cover back off. The loud and embarassing words coming from his mouth may have upset the deer, they may need counseling.

So does anyone know how the dots line up on the damn thing and if it is important? Any tips on reassembly?

On the plus side, replacing the outer clutch hub bushing really cut down on the slack and the first time check(after 9500 miles) on the oil screen revealed one little spec of crud. Once I get her back together she should be good to go for another 10K.

I still have the cam chain(currently 8 clicks on adjuster), valve adjust and throttle cable replacement left to do.
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Old 06-20-2010, 08:41 AM   #17336
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The Dumbass got it together, but it was easier to have the cover off. Besides I needed the cover off again to break the nut holding the flywheel. Now I just need to pull it. If you are around today(sunday), I can ride down and borrow your puller. Getting out to ride is not a problem

I'll send you a PM as well.



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The dumbass is wrong the oil pump is fully removable from the outside of the bike. No need to take the clutch cover off. In fact there is only one way to put the cover and gaskets back that makes sense. Look at the c shaped oil slots in the plate and gaskets and you want to avoid restricting flow by putting the plate or gasket on upside down. Make sure the shaft squared end engages with the crank and seats all the way in so you can put the cover on without breaking it. The pump vane does not need to be in any particular position so rotate it into a position where she drops in to the center of the pump without a fight. I hope this makes sense for you.

Oh and I do have a puller but I am 2 hours south of you. I can mail it for $5.00 if you are in a pinch and you can mail it back.
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Old 06-20-2010, 11:18 AM   #17337
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yeah, got to be a new record for me, 2k mile 'motorcycle' trip. I've spent about 40 seconds riding the bike.

Also left my laptop @ larryboy's house


HUGE thanks to Larryboy and family for belong me fix the motor. Couldn't have done it without him

We all enjoyed having you!!

I tell you guys, Aaron is an animal in the garage and really put in the hours needed to get his bike together!!

We put in new roller tips on the rockers, cam bearings and flipped the rocker shafts to wear on the other side until they need replacement. Pulled the stator side apart about 15 times..I haven't worked on a 610 in almost a year and I forgot a thing or two. TE510 cam chain tensioner fits and works ok. The clutch basket bushing was beyond worn out and the springs on the back of the basket don't have a lot of time left before they push thru the plate. It started right up as soon as we put the positive wire on the starter. Sounded really nice, a little tappy on the valves until it got some heat in the engine.

I'm really enjoying my new laptop..aside from the midget porn pop-ups.
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Old 06-20-2010, 11:03 PM   #17338
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I'm really enjoying my new laptop..aside from the midget porn pop-ups.
WTF is wrong with you? Everybody likes midget porn!
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Old 06-20-2010, 11:54 PM   #17339
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I'm really enjoying my new laptop..aside from the midget porn pop-ups.
Send it to me when you're done.
I'll hand it off to xymo when he gets back
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Old 06-21-2010, 12:08 AM   #17340
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Send it to me when you're done.
I'll hand it off to xymo when he gets back
How did I get sloppy thirds on my own midget porn?

Mike, I also need to return your huge black tool. Larryboy and I flogged it repeatedly, sometimes size does matter, and thankfully you were well equipped to satisfy my needs.

Let's ride FF's!
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