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Removal of cltuch from 1999 Harley Davidson Road King

I can not get the clutch off so I can remove the inter primary casing

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You know that the threads are reversed on the clutch hub nut ? you need to turn it clockwise to loosen.

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However, what we used to do with the Shovelhead clutches is to take the clutch apart, clean the disc off with gasoline, and lightly sand the disc. The disc would get a glaze on them and gasoline was the only thing that would take it off. You had to be very careful due to the volatility of the gasoline.

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