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Default Removing the sprocket rotor assembly

OK, I am stumped. I recently changed my primary oil seal and getting everything off was not an issue. After putting everything back together, the stator failed (no ac out and it failed the "sniff test"). So last night I attempted to tear it apart and for the life of me I cannot remove the sprocket rotor assembly. It just won't budge. It came off pretty easy the first time, but even though it seems to spin freely, I cannot pull it out to get the stator off.

Any suggestions on removing that bugger?

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Thank to Badweb and BuellXB, I was able to fix this.

Used a cheap puller since the jaws of the expensive one would not fit under the chain.

Now I have to remember not to use so much red locktite as it had flowed onto the splines of the rotor.
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Thank to Badweb and BuellXB, I was able to fix this.

Used a cheap puller since the jaws of the expensive one would not fit under the chain.

Now I have to remember not to use so much red locktite as it had flowed onto the splines of the rotor.
I tried to help, posted on your other thread
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Saw that Lugster. Tried the 2 jaw but it just wouldn't fit. trying not to muck up the other thread since I posted in the wrong location...

The cheap one would fit under the chain, but kept popping off since it was unbalance. It finally grabbed the chain enough to pull it off. Just had my chain looked at and there was no damage, so I am going to re-use it. Now I have to finish routing the new stator wire.
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