Question about 2008 Yamaha MT-01
2007 Yamaha MT-01 replacing a bent clutch shifter; what tool is needed to undo bolt (threaded through to left peg) in order to remove and replace clutch shifter?
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Posted on Aug 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thank you bobcatman. i am assuming that left hand thread translates to moving the clutch plate clockwise in order to remove. I sure appreciate the full explanation.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
SOURCE: how do i remove shifter handle?
most shifters have a set screw somewhere on the base of the handle that u can unscrew and just unscrew the knob. if not then u may be able to just unscrew the knob. if the boot goes all the way up to the knob and is removable, there should be a lip on the bottom edge of the knob that the boot just fits into and can be pulled off of
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
SOURCE: Cant remove blade on lawn mower
Follow directions. See if this works;
Warning! Switch off, remove the isolator
key, battery and grassbox before adjusting
Always wear gardening gloves when handling
or working near the sharp blades.
Turn the machine on its right side and inspect
the blade; if blunt or damaged, replace.
Use the following procedure to remove and replace
Insert a screwdriver into hole 26 to lock the
drive. Hold the blade 30 using gardening gloves
(not provided) and use a spanner (not provided)
to remove the blade bolt 29, blade washer 28
and blade 30.
Fit the blade 30, blade washer 28 and the blade
bolt 29. Ensure that the blade is the correct way
up (so that this symbol can be seen located
as in figure I) and tighten the bolt 29 firmly.
Ensure the screwdriver is removed before attempting
to turn the machine on.
If this procedure does not work then try the following;
It is not uncommon for the blade bolt to become seized onto the shaft due to all the gunk and moisture on the underside of the deck. Try to soak the bolt several times over with penetrating oil ( WD 40, PB Blaster, etc). Spray the bolt head, the top of the blade where it contacts the shaft, etc. Do this several times and let the penetrating oil soak in. Hit the bolt head gently several times with a hammer to loosen up the corrosion. Then try to remove the bolt per directions.
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Posted on Aug 02, 2009
The compensating sprocket nut is indeed right hand threads. It is torqued to 150-165 foot pounds of torque and usually has Locktite 271 (red) in it. A lot of mechanics go overboard with the Loctite. I've seen the entire inside of the nut "painted" with this stuff. The book calls for "two lines" of the stuff when putting the nut back on.
The easiest way to get the nut off is with a GOOD air wrench. I bought one of those Ingersol-Rand Titanium air wrenches. I've seen nuts on so tight that I've had to use a 3/4" air wrench to get them off. If you don't want to purchase an air wrench, load the bike on a trailer and take it to a tire store. Ask them to take the nut off for you. Usually they'll do it free but they may charge you a couple of dollars. It is worth a couple of dollars to get the nut off.
When putting the bike back together, the compensator sprocket torques to 150-165 ft lbs. of torque with two lines of 271 Loctite in it. The clutch hub nut torques 60-80 ft. lbs. left handed with one line of 271 Locktite. Make sure your torque wrench will torque in the left handed direction. Not all wrenches will.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Hello,M16x1.5 right hand thread is the proper tool, it is only a single bolt type puller 08-0027 is the part no. if it's a motion pro brand..
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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