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Offline wild262

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Re: Clutch drum removal ?
« Reply #10 on: July 14, 2015, 10:22:34 am »
Good advice from everyone here.  I made me a clutch removal socket from a used deep well 1/2" drive socket.   Used a commercial  one from my neighbor many years ago and got an idea and copied it and made my own.  Easy to do.  I regulate my impact drivers psi down to 40-60lbs. and go up from there if I need more force.  Most of the time it don't take a lot.  I use the starter pulley rope and it works good so far.  Have to be careful with ported saws as it likes to find its way in one of them.  Bring your piston to almost TDC before inserting the rope, and it will prevent this.   Never tried the screwdriver method and don't think I need to.   Stick it in wood as was said earlier and you should be good to go. 

 

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