It's easy to take a Polaris steering wheel off.
1. Pop the center cap out of the steering wheel.
2. Remove the center nut.
3. Wiggle it, pull on it, yank on it, spray WD-40 on it, swear at it, wiggle and yank it some more, sit there perspiring and panting for a bit, and finally put a steering wheel puller on it.
1. Abuse the smut out of the wheel, trying to get it loose.
2. Get into truck and leave for parts store for a wheel puller tool.
3. When you back to the bottom the driveway, the wheel will come off in your hands.
4. Gently replace wheel, drive up driveway, and complete repairs.
Mine pulled right off by hand. I used a tie down to a bracket near the seat to hold the wheel from turning as i put a bar on the nut. After i put the new stearing shaft and had to remove the wheel to adjust it for straight i used a pully puller from harbor freight.
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