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Removing clutch and replacing with new clutch. How do you remove the clutch?

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First you need to remove the cover where the chain goes, then there is a clip to remove the clutch bell(thats the wheel looking thing that the chain is driven by)then there may be a nut that will allow you to remove the clutch pack...sometimes the clutch pack will unscrew of the crankshaft..depending on model..then replace and re-assemble in reverse order

Posted on May 20, 2011

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  • tomrenshaw May 21, 2011

    How do you keep the crankshaft from rotating when trying to unscrew the clutch?

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    meanween1 Nov 16, 2012

    jam some shoestring into where the spark plug goes in and pull starter till it locks....then lightly tap the clutch in a smart spot and it should spin loose with a couple light wacks,

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    meanween1 Nov 16, 2012

    jam

  • meanween1
    meanween1 Nov 16, 2012

    take out the spark plug and feed in some shoestring into that hole....pull the starter till it locks...then use a screwdriver or something and lightly tap in a smart area as not to break anything....a few light taps should spin the clutch off for ya

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