|JD Gimpl said: (quoted from post at 17:52:33 03/04/14) Hi again. Seems for every answer I have 5 more questions. |
I pulled the belt pulley off to check for the knocking noise I am hearing and now have another question. There is a roller bearing in the end of the belt pulley. How do I get this bearing out to pack it full of grease.
You will have to remove the entire clutch. I had to slide the right wheel out on the axle to get enough clearance to remove clutch. When you get the clutch removed, lay it on table with gear facing up. Use something that is not sharp, go down through hole in bearing, and drive out the retainer that holds in the bearing. The bearing will then be easy to remove. You can reuse the retainer if you are careful. I had to replace bearing and inner bushing because of too much up and down slack in pulley and clutch assembly. Some may hand pack without removing bearing, but I had to tear mine down. If you do that you may not have to remove clutch. James This post was edited by windrow12 at 13:03:38 03/06/14.