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Offline Philbert

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Re: Clutch drum removal ?
« on: June 03, 2015, 01:26:14 pm »
I certainly wouldn't pound one that clutch where he did, if you look just below his screwdriver in the vid you will see an angled notch in the clutch, this is what I always use,  . . . a punch is better than a screwdriver . . .

Agreed!

I carry some short lengths of cord with my CS tools, and have clutch removal tools for my saws - might not have them so someone else's.  Boot lace sounds like a good way to improvise in the field. Although, last time, I ended shearing off one end of the cord in the exhaust port - ended up having to pull the muffler to recover it!

Philbert


 

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