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Starter clutch removal no special tools 1 month 5 days ago #27891

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undefined hi all,
My starter clutch has gone awol and I am trying to remove it, so far I've managed to remove the left hand thread bolt using the usual techniques but now it looks like special tools are needed. Is this the case or can some careful leverage get the clutch assembly off its center without damaging anything

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Starter clutch removal no special tools 1 month 2 days ago #27920

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If you search “Starter Clutch Removal” on the forum ( select “Any Date”) you’ll find posts which address this issue.

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Starter clutch removal no special tools 1 month 1 day ago #27937

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Hi many thanks, yes I did that. A two legged puller did the job in the end. One screw had sheared and the other two had been loosened. The sheared screw was scraping the crankcase as it rotated. Have bought some high tensiles 8x30 screws and will be reassembling with the recommended blue hermetite to stop this happening in the future.

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