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Technical => Clutch, Primary, Gearbox => Topic started by: scotty on 03.09. 2017 22:10

Title: 6 spring clutch hub centre removal
Post by: scotty on 03.09. 2017 22:10
Trying to remove 6 spring clutch hub centre.

Threads are stripped on it rendering the factory removal tool useless.

Any hints or tips for removal ?

Thanks

S
Title: Re: 6 spring clutch hub centre removal
Post by: morris on 03.09. 2017 22:32
If it's the type that sits on a taper, the only thing that will work is a big enough bearing puller. You may need to loosen the primary inner case to get enough clearance.
DAMHIK
Title: Re: 6 spring clutch hub centre removal
Post by: scotty on 03.09. 2017 22:44
Thanks morris I'll give that some thought.

Haynes manual (FWIW) says in absence of the service tool one can whale on it with a hammer and brass drift to loosen the fit on the taper.

Not really seeing that one  *eek*

I'll check out pullers tomorrow

S