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Re: Removing M clutch shaft?

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Haas

04-22-2001 14:51:43




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Before you can get the clutch shaft out, you will have to remove three bolts of the six that hold it to the flywheel. Then reinstall them in the vacant holes that are there with washers under the bolts to compress the clutch. Then you can move the clutch disk around and when you get it in just the right position, it should come out. However, I found there was no way to get it back in, at least I could not until I removed the fork that works the clutch and the cross shaft that it is attached to. It is not hard to remove these and once you remove the clutch fork and the cross shaft and compress the clutch you can tilt the shaft enough to get it out. The manual I had said you could get the shaft out too, but it will not come until you compress the clutch so you can move the disk around.

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Lowell Davis

04-22-2001 16:45:17




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 Re: Re: Removing M clutch shaft? in reply to Haas, 04-22-2001 14:51:43  
Thanks for the tip Haas -

I already have the clutch compressed with the three cap screws, and the driven member spins freely. Tomorrow I'll try turning and tilting the shaft - so far I was just pulling straight out.

I even removed the other three screws that hold the clutch to the flywheel and tried to pull the whole clutch, but it's not budging.



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Haas

04-22-2001 19:28:56




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 Re: Re: Re: Removing M clutch shaft? in reply to Lowell Davis, 04-22-2001 16:45:17  
Well, next step is to take the fork loose from the cross shaft. Then pull out the cross shaft. Mine came out pretty easy. The fork is keyed to the cross shaft with 4 heavy washers that fit in half moon cutouts in the cross shaft. The washers are on the bolts that clamp the fork to the cross shaft. My experience, you have to tilt the shaft. It will not come out pulling straight back. Not enought room. If I were you I'd bolt the clutch back to the flywheel(at least loosely) before trying to tilt the shaft and take it out. That is unless you want to pull the clutch. It's a chore to get the clutch back up in there!

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