It's actually not an inverted flare. The male end on the hose is 16-1.5 straight thread the steel part of the fuel line has a flat ring around it like a washer but it's crimped in the fitting I machined has a flat bottom and it uses an oring to seal it.
So I got tired of changing fwd wheel bearings the hard way so I bought this puller and then made an adapter to go on my bigger slide hammer. Hopefully it doesn't break.
I also ordered a bearing press kit too but it's not here yet.
So I picked up this 98 Polaris Big Boss 500 a couple of months ago. I paid $800 for it and it cost me about another $500 to get it going. My original plan was to sell it and buy a motorcycle I wanted on CL. Just about the time I got it together enough to be sellable the bike sold .
So one of the things it still needed to be on par with others that are for sale is a winch. I decided to go ahead and put a plow mount on it and put one of the plows I had on it.
I thought about keeping it but haven't decided.
Kory recently purchased two of those. Newer and a smaller engine, what size ?
Ayden and Teagen took Me for a drive into the area where they trap. With Teagen driving and Me on behind, she took that thing through terrain I never dreamt we would make it through. If it were Me, I would keep that 6 wheeler. If You have a four wheeler, sell that instead.
I have a Polaris 400 Sportsman four wheeler, I thought it could get around quite well, until I rode on one of those six wheelers.
Oh yeah, how’d I miss that. I think thats the size of those that Kory bought. I know He said they make them with bigger engines but He wanted the smaller engine for some reason that I dont remember. He also had them mount the winches.
Good video on the cutoff grinding technique. Makes sense because you are not suppose to use the side of the cutoff wheels and/or no side pressure. Try to use type 1 guard, the handle, and faceshield too.