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Clutch removal on a580-531060 craft an chainsaw

Assuming you want to remove the clutch spider, which typically is left-hand threaded onto the crank. Not knowing if it's an internal (chain drive sprocket is "outboard") or external clutch, here goes for both. After removing bar & chain.
Internal: CAREFULLY (so it doesn't fly) remove clip from crank, remove washer, clutch drum, bearing and/or rim sprocket. Remove recoil starter. Using proper tool to fit clutch "spider" and impact wrench, turn it CLOCKWISE with wrench to unthread it.
External: Remove bar & chain and recoil starter. Using tool to fit the clutch "spider" and socket on impact wrench, spin the spider off CLOCKWISE. You can then remove remainder of clutch & bearing.
Be sure to grease the bearing while it's accessible.
Starter removal avoids applying any load if the crank turns.

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How to remove clutch from Stihl fs81 brushcutter?

go google and type in --workshop manual for Stihl brush cutter model fs 81 -- and download the pdf version from the stihl site

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Removing clutch drum

Use this pic for illustration purposes:

Remove (4) clutch springs and bolts (Items #11 & #12)
Remove clutch pressure plate (#10)
Remove clutch hub nut (#21)
Pull clutch assembly off.

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I have a Minolta EP 3170, and I'm getting a paper jam every time I try to do a copy. The jam occurs right before the drum. Upon inspection, I first though it was the opto-switch near the drum because the...

Try making a copy from the manual by-pass tray. If that works, your problem is with the paper pick up & feed from the paper cassette. Odds are if that is the case you will need new feed rollers. Which clutch did you disconnect? There is reg. & pre Reg. & the developer drive clutch? This is a old copier, you may not find the parts for it. It is a Bear to work on......... I have not worked on one in about 15 years. It is basicly the same engine as a EP 4010 & EP 3090?

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On my petrol chainsaw the cog that turns the chain is not moveing

The sprocket should be fixed to the outer clutch drum. With the engine off, and the bar and chain off, hold the sprocket with channel lock pliers and turn the outer clutch drum by hand. If the sprocket does not turn, but the drum does, then the clutch must be replaced. (Left hand threads) To keep the engine from turning while trying to remove the clutch internals, stuff starter cord into the upper cylinder head area so that the piston cannot rise above the top of the exhaust port. If you have a saw service shop near you, you might farm out the clutch replacement. It usually requires a special tool to turn the clutch internals. Good luck!

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Hoover 500M0AUS stops very frequently due to off-balance

Hi there.I'm guessing you changed the (Spin Brake Solenoid) underneath,it attaches to the brake arm,the solenoid retracts with a normal loud clunk & pulls the brake arm away..I think what is happening is the clutch spring inside that white plastic cog is not binding like it's supposed to & it's not taking the drum with the agitator is spinning independantly without the drum.the clutch spring tightens in one direction for spin & loosens in the other direction for wash.either way i think your problem is in that plastic cog & clutch spring,the spring is inside that cog & hard to can be repaired if your up to pulling the entire gearbox out to get to it.I hope this was helpful,it's kind of hard to explain by this method.cheers Chris

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I have a Troy-Bilt TB90BC string trimmer. The engine starts & runs fine but the trimmer head runs slowly and stops under light loads. I removed the lower shaft & confirmed the cable connection is...

it sounds like the clutch may have oil on the shoes or oil in the clutch drum if it has a clutch or the clutch is binding and not fully locking up.

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My 04 DRZ110 won't go into gear. It's stuck in nuetral!

most likely cause is that the bolt that holds the shift star to the shift drum has come loose & the shift linkage is not making contact to actuate the shift drum...order a new clutch cover gasket before attempting any repair, remove clutch cover, remove clutch basket (special tools required) clean threads on shift star bolt & threads in shift drum, reassemble with a light film of blue loctite on the bolt.

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How do i take the clutch dog out of a poulan chain saw

Watch the video it will help. Left handed thread.
R² Drive Link Outboard Clutch
  1. Check the IPL for your saw to see if any special tools are needed.
  2. A length of starter cord or nylon rope may be used instead of the piston stop (retain 6" ± so you can remove it). Make sure the piston is near the top of the cylinder before feeding the cord or it can fall through the exhaust port and damage the piston as it rises.
  3. It is probably a left handed thread (tighten it to loosen it).
    Let us know how it worked for you. GL

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Got a yomoto clutchless geared mini dirt bike when its put into gear it wont go how much trouble to fix it?

easy repair as its clutch shoes will be worn out & or weak springs!
just nolt the cover & remove the clutch drum revealing the shoes [like drum brakes ]
Cheers Rob

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