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I do not know about a clutch fork de-tensioner on the tranny. if u know how and where tel me plz

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On the clutch lever(that accuates the throw-out bearing),u remove the 14 mm nut. i assume u removed the slave cylinder by now.
u r now able to pull the transmission away from the engine. the shaft u took the 14mm nut off turns enough distance in reverse to release the bearing and fingers of the clutch rod.
tah dah done.

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Dear friend-on the flywheel side,inside the casingyou will see a sleeve with a release bearing on connected to a fork that is connected to a shaft that runs from inside the casing to the outside that is connected to the slave cylinder.in order to separate the fork from the bearing you need to remove the lever.

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  • dear friend-on the flywheel side,inside the casingyou will see a sleeve with a release bearing on connected to a fork that is connected to a shaft that runs from inside the casing to the outside that is connected to the slave cylinder.in order to separate the fork from the bearing you need to remove the lever.

  • dear friend-on the flywheel side,inside the casingyou will see a sleeve with a release bearing on connected to a fork that is connected to a shaft that runs from inside the casing to the outside that is connected to the slave cylinder.in order to separate the fork from the bearing you need to remove the lever.

  • dear friend-the clutch fork is on the flywheel side of the gear box.look inside and you will see the fork and release bearing.

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