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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 02-04-2019, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
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DS450 Engine Rebuild tools for rent!

I am in the middle of rebuilding my DS450. In the process, I have had to spend a little more than I would have liked to purchase the camshaft tool, the updated case bushing removal/installation tool, the bolt to remove the gear/magneto, and the crank locking tool.

As such, I would be willing to rent them out. Just send me $175+ shipping to cover the tools, and when you are done, ship them back and I will refund you $150. If anyone is interested. Just shoot me a PM. I honestly wish I had this option, but instead I had to drop the coin.

And for anyone who just wants to purchase them, I know I had some trouble finding the part numbers, so please see below!

Can-Am Socket Holder PN 529036187 (to remove/install the engine mount case bushing)
Crankshaft Locking Tool PN 529036407 (can also grind down the tip on a longer M10 bolt I believe)
Camshaft Adjustment Tool PN 529036084
Bolt to remove Magneto/gear M16X1.5 60mm long

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