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03-27-2011 18:45:25

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Do i need a clutch alignment tool to install clutch in my 190

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03-29-2011 16:25:01

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 Re: 190xt in reply to Kenjr598, 03-27-2011 18:45:25  
NA, the clutch on those are about the same size of the flywheel and it sets in there snug; I tighten the bolts a little and just line it by eye , pry it up a little , line it with the pilot bearing and you got it

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03-27-2011 20:20:05

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 Re: 190xt in reply to Kenjr598, 03-27-2011 18:45:25  
Never found a clutch yet that did not need one unless it was on something like A motorcycle. Plus for the cost of buying one why take the chance there only $20 or so for a universal one. I got one many many years ago and have used it for at least 30 years and as long as you don't loose it it will last your sons sons life time and then some

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Louis Torrans

03-27-2011 19:29:23

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 Re: 190xt in reply to Kenjr598, 03-27-2011 18:45:25  
It's going to make life much easier if you do. Without it, the mating up of the input shaft will sure be hard. However and with that said, I have been without one and lined the friction plate up by eye and the input shaft went right in. Mostly luck. You need to look really sharp at the alignment but I would say get a tool and don't fool around with it. Some guys make one from a dowel rod and I've seen wooden ones in a package like at maybe Harbor Freight?

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