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I have skidoo's tools for removing the drive clutch but I'm ready to open it up and inspect the inside components. Do you recommend buying oem tools or can I build my own?Thanks
 

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According to the latest accessories catalogue, the clutch button fork tool PN 529 005 500 is 8 bucks US or 10 CDN. I don't know if that is for 1 or 3. If you get one & are handy w/ tin snips & a file you should be able to make the other 2. If you don't have the forks when you pull the governor cup off, the spring loaded buttons & springs will fly out on you.
 

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id just buy the oem tools ,the price isnt that bad plus they are exactly right for the job
 

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Thanks guys. The forks are cheap enough but what does the spring compressor cost? Do you recommend buy or make? Thanks
 

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the spring compresser is easy to make just a long threaded rod two nuts and a couple big washers
 

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Weld 1 nut to the end of the threaded rod & use it to hold in vise. weld a handle to the other nut you just wind it down. I'll post a couple of pics when I get home.
 

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Here's a pic of the handle & clamp for the secondary tool.
 

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Here's a sketch of the clamping portion. Ignore the piece welded in the middle shown in the picture.
 

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Here's the handle welded to a 1/2-13 nut.
 

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