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I am trying to replace a starter on my Kawasaki 300 Prairie. I have the manual and the special tool. I have taken the ATV down to the point were the drive pulley and the recoil starter are off. I have insert the drive pulley tool and can not get the drive pulley to budge, to the point that I have bent wrenches on the recoil starter side that is holding it stationary, am I missing a step? There is no way that with a cheater bar I can't get the pulley off, I am afriad I will break it if I put any more strength in to it. Any suggestion would be helpful.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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