Question about Craftsman 25cc Gas Line Trimmer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a small T-10 or T-15 Torx head screw that is recessed in the clutch drum end screwed into the end of the crankshaft. If you loosen it, the drum should come off but the screw may still remain inside the end of the drum. This is normal. Clutch itself unscrews from threads on the crankshaft in counter-clockwise rotation. Use a blunt flat-blade chisel or the like and place on the inner ears of the clutch near the middle and strike with hammer...not real hard...just hard enough to shock it loose...maybe apply some penetrating oil to the center of it beforehand.
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
rycgl gave a great solution for removing the clutch drum, but after the clutch drum is removed, you have to remove the clutch itself from the shaft. It's threaded on, and there's an arrow on the clutch assembly that tells you which way to turn it to remove it (CCW). Once that is removed, you can take the casing off the motor, remove a cover plate, and get to the incredi-pull assembly. Mine went south, to, and it was because the incredi-pull loops the cord around two plastic rollers that rotate around plastic shafts. Of course plastic doesn't hold up very well, so over time, one of the rollers stopped rotating, and the cord cut a slot in the roller and its supporting shaft, which in turn bound up the cord so it wouldn't retract. Fortunately, I caught it before it cut all the way through the shaft, and I replaced the roller with a short piece of 3/8'copper tubing. It works OK, but I'm not holding out too much hope for it to last a long time. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
SOURCE: hi have a craftsman line
You can find parts breakdowns for the unit HERE, it also has the part numbers in case you need to order anything. It looks like the starter engages the flywheel directly. I have not taken one of these apart so I cannot give you the best advice.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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