Cady Cam Removal

Hello, does anyone have any info on removing this style of cam similar to the picture attached? The underside of the cam in tapered making it hard to use a regular claw puller. Any tips would be great!

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maybe a bearing puller, or possible rent a fan puller tool from the auto parts store.

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I tried a three claw puller on mine, didn't budge it and was hard to get a good grip. Maybe a bearing puller but I doubt it. They made a special tool for this but I have yet to come across one.

Fan puller.... that might actually do it. Hmmm...(edited)

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No first hand exp with what your attempting, but would you be able to use those two holes to your advatage? i.e. Insert studs through, nut the back ends, connect tops to a common rod that spans across the top, then thread a hole in the middle of that rod so that a third screw pushes against the top of the shaft. Just a thought.

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warning...dont mushroom your crank threads

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i remove all the coils from around it, then use a ball joint separator/puller.

if you go in this set and scroll down they are calling it 'small c-shape puller' - you can borrow it from an auto parts store but they are cheap to buy. they also work for hobbit points cam.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B018LMAVBG/

get the puller snug, then give the end of the puller a sharp tap with a metal hammer. usually that little shock is enough to pop it loose, you don't want to go reefing it down too tight or you'll mushroom out the threads.

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Richard Eberline /

large bearing Splitter otc ( install upside down)

add on sq bar puller slots on each end and a threaded rod in the middle

2 long hex bolts fits into splitter

otc centering plug or the set (protects threads)

snug up with some tension and a hit from a deadblow if needed

the tool warehouse, tool topia, ebay, amazon.

I can post part numbers later

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Richard Eberline /

otc 1122 or 1123

otc 7393 or 522

otc 8056

or any other brands, non USA

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Richard Eberline /

send the part to me, I'll remove the part for free.

I have the tools on hand.

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> Graham Motzing Wrote:

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> i remove all the coils from around it, then use a ball joint

> separator/puller.

>

> if you go in this set and scroll down they are calling it 'small

> c-shape puller' - you can borrow it from an auto parts store but they

> are cheap to buy. they also work for hobbit points cam.

>

>

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B018LMAVBG/

>

> get the puller snug, then give the end of the puller a sharp tap with a

> metal hammer. usually that little shock is enough to pop it loose, you

> don't want to go reefing it down too tight or you'll mushroom out the

> threads.

So obvious and I always overlooked removing the coils. Defiantly a good tip there. I have ruined coils and gotten frustrated caus I could not find a good angle for the puller to go in at. Glad I read this thread.

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yeah man i dunno what anyone else does but usually by the time i'm pulling that cam dude it means i'm headed for a full rebuild, so i gotta take the coils off anyhow.

i have a huge drawer of random automotive and motorcycle pullers, probably like 50-60 pullers i've collected over the years. whenever i see them at garage sales or flea markets i just buy them. i love buying pullers, if you guys ever want to know what to get me for my birthday or valentines day just buy me some more pullers.

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Richard Eberline /

Use a bearing splitter and I don't remove anything, but the cam.

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Let’s say somebody did ruin a coil. Where are you guys getting replacements?

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> Michael Bonnar Wrote:

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> Let’s say somebody did ruin a coil. Where are you guys getting

> replacements?

Post in buy/sell. I am sure someone would have one.

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Could try eBay France. Two different options for the coils, depends if the bike is M1 (Isodyne engine) or M3 (Super Isodyne engine)

M1orM3 Ignition Red Novi #115270

M1orM3 Accessory Black Novi #116220

M3 Ignition Bordeaux Novi #115240

M3 Accessory Novi #116230

> Michael Bonnar Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Let’s say somebody did ruin a coil. Where are you guys getting

> replacements?

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If you killed the points as well they are available at Mopedland UK in the Electro section of the site. £8.50p per set Novi # 113270

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