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I’ve tried stillsons and spanner but wants to strip the thread
It may be a left hand thread. In normal motion, the drive should tighten the nut. This sometimes results in having a left hand thread. Bicycle pedals are a prime example, one is right hand and one is left hand. Give it a sharp tap CLOCKWISE.
Maintenance Manual if it is any use?
Posted on May 04, 2021
SOURCE: I want to replace the drive sprocket on my Jonsered 451E chainsaw. I found a replacement sprocket, but don't have a manual to guide me through the process of removal. How do I keep the driveshaft from
the threads are left hand.i my self use a small butterfly air rachet to remove the nut. it spins fast enough to remove the nut.
Posted on May 12, 2009
The compensating sprocket nut is indeed right hand threads. It is torqued to 150-165 foot pounds of torque and usually has Locktite 271 (red) in it. A lot of mechanics go overboard with the Loctite. I've seen the entire inside of the nut "painted" with this stuff. The book calls for "two lines" of the stuff when putting the nut back on.
The easiest way to get the nut off is with a GOOD air wrench. I bought one of those Ingersol-Rand Titanium air wrenches. I've seen nuts on so tight that I've had to use a 3/4" air wrench to get them off. If you don't want to purchase an air wrench, load the bike on a trailer and take it to a tire store. Ask them to take the nut off for you. Usually they'll do it free but they may charge you a couple of dollars. It is worth a couple of dollars to get the nut off.
When putting the bike back together, the compensator sprocket torques to 150-165 ft lbs. of torque with two lines of 271 Loctite in it. The clutch hub nut torques 60-80 ft. lbs. left handed with one line of 271 Locktite. Make sure your torque wrench will torque in the left handed direction. Not all wrenches will.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Remove the spark plug then put the piston at Top Dead Center compression. Look at the position of the timing marks on one side of the cam, parallel with the gasket surface. Remove the cam as you described.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
SOURCE: cant undo nut
No they are not left hand thead,normal r/h thread.
make sure chain is still on bike and front sproket and then try good rattle gun. if this does not work,put bike in gear and hold on rear brake and use long breaker bar, if still no good will need to heat front sproket nut with oxy set very carefully and rattle off with rattle gun while nut is hot
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
No, But they do offer a real nice chrome cover for them. Much less expensive than chrome plate. You can get one at your local Harley dealer or most any cycle shop can order you one from aftermarket supplies like Custom Chrome or Drag Specialties.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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