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Break the engine away from the shaft on the shaft side. I think 4 bolts/screws. Once you have that open you will seethe part that goes over the shaft. To take it off, hold the part with one hand and remove a screw in the center of the part using a #15 TORX screwdriver. Take off the part and under it is the clutch. Good luck...Lee

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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