pull the clutch disk out



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rcjunkie

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Spray PB blaster onto assembly and then heat with a torch until very hot and then pry evenly off with screw driver.
 
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Guest

Guest
On which engine?
Pry what? Heat where?
Loosen something first?
A little more detail please.
 
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Proboscis

Guest
on a kings
 
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Guest

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RC- Care to elaborate? Spray/heat/pry is not what he's asking.

First of all, spraying oil into the clutch assembly isn't a good idea, neither is heating up with a torch or prying, good way to ruin something.

This may help- both of you......
 
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Guest

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I'll be the first to admit, I've never had mine apart, but it looks like you remove the sprocket, both covers and a nut or two and tap the countershaft side of the shaft and the whole works will come out via the clutch side.

Let me know what you find.
 
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rcjunkie

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If you are replacing a worn clutch why do you care about heat or PB blaster?

Referring to Proboscis's picture, you want to spray PB blaster and apply heat around the shafthole of the flywheel/clutch assembly. When you got it nice and hot, use a couple of screw drivers and insert them under the geared edges to pray the entire assembly out.

Anyway, that is how I did and it worked for me.
 

iRide Customs

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I think the kits come with a clutch puller tool don't they? I thought I saw one in my little bag of goodies I got with my roundhead.

I'll have to look again.

Dan
 
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BikeHacker

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use the provided puller or buy one from spooky cheap ... It will fall right out after a few twists...
 
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