Like my similar design for Polaris, this is a wrench used to remove and re-tighten the fuel ump retaining ring on an ATV. In this case, the wrench is designed specifically for a Can-Am Outlander 570 EFI, but as before, I am sure there are other applications that it will fit.
Printed in two pieces, to accommodate smaller bed sizes, you will need to glue this together with the cement of your choice. I prefer to use [Weld-On SCIGRIP 16 acrylic cement](https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003HNFLMY). This stuff bonds PLA together just like the old model cement used to, before Big Brother decided with was too dangerous and demanded a reformulation. But I digress...
I suggest 40% infill with 1.6mm walls and 1mm tops and bottoms at a layer height of 0.2mm for strength. If you print the handle with the words facing the bed, you will not need supports, but if you don't mind supports, you can flip it word side up and enable [Ironing] in Cura for a better finish.
In the photos, you can see that I accidentally imprinted these with Arctic Cat to begin with. A product of too many machines in my shop combined with the memory of a guppy. I have corrected the STL to correctly reflect the Can-Am name.