The Tusk Flywheel/Pulley Holder is desined to hold a 60mm-120mm flywheel to make the removal and installation of your flywheel simple and easy. Two adjustment holes in the belt make it easy to adjust to different sizes.
Easily adjustable to fit a 60mm-120mm (2 3/8"-4 3/4") flywheels.
Tough plastic belt holder won't mark surfaces.
Suitable for flywheel and clutch pulleys on a large range of motorcycles and ATVs
I bought this tool to do just 1 job, and it couldn't do it.I tightened the tool as good as it would get, and it would still slip. If I tightened anymore, it would start bending sideways. Ended up tearing the plastic coating. Torque on my flywheel was 47 ft lbs, tool may work on something requiring less tq.
Ordered it for my KX 125 and because of the design of it and the size of the flywheel it never had a chance of being able to grip it. The fly wheel doesn't stick outside the casing very far so there was no angle to get more than less of half the band on it. I'd just barely start to tighten it and the band would pop off. Maybe it would be ok for larger bikes where the flywheel sticks out of the casing but this was a total waste of time and a complete fail. I can't believe I wasted the time it took to get this thing here and now I'm way further behind on getting this engine fixed. Very disappointed. Returning immediately.
I understand this is a universal tool and is not the ideal tool for removing flywheels. With that being said, this tool slips and slips and you can crank it down all day long and it won't keep from slipping. Also, the red rubbery/plastic shreds extremely easily and will go all over the place. Had to clean out the little shavings from inside the flywheel area. On a positive note, if you are willing to make it work it will save you a lot of money as compared to buying the oem holder tool. I was able to get it to work eventually but using it to get the flywheel back on was even harder!
The puller looked impressive. Easy to install on bike. But it had to be cranked down so hard I thought the strap would break. And the flywheel kept slipping. I used a screw driver in the frame to keep the tool from moving and just kept turning the flywheel. All of a sudden, it held and the nut came loose. The plastic coating now has a small tear in it but it did work. Seems like a better material could be used to grip better. Not sure how well this will hold up with multiple uses
I had to remove my flywheel so I bought the Tusk holder and the puller. The pair made it easy to remove and install the flywheel. The plastic cover was a little chewed up from the flywheel, but it did what needed.
The safest non-destructive way to hold the Raptor 660 flywheel for removal of the highly torqued nut. Could use a stronger clamping shaft to hold things while re-torquing the nut during installation. Bends a little too easily. Also, the vinyl coating on the band is slippery on a smooth flywheel surface. Powdered resin solves the slip issue.