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Re: Homemade clutch remover, Husqvarna 365
« on: November 20, 2013, 08:11:06 pm »
I like that idea of welding pieces on to a socket for a clutch tool.  I am one of those guys that has ground away on old sockets to form the fingers needed to fit the clutch.   

As far as the piston stop goes, I never use one.   I always use an 3/8ths impact gun and leave the plug in.   Never fails and it is so easy.
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