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Clutch Casing Removal

Discussion in 'Large Scale RC Engines and Exhaust' started by Bigger the Better, Apr 3, 2007.

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  1. Bigger the Better

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    REMOVAL OF THE CLUTCH CASING

    Remove the two bolts that are holding the clutch shoes and springs to the clutch plate.

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    Remove the center bolt that is holding the clutch plate.

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    Take two metric bolts size M6 and thread them into the two holes. For FG owners, the bolts that are used for your gear plate are the right size.

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    Tighten the two bolts evenly until the plate lifts off.

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    You may now remove the remaining bolts that are holding the clutch casing to the crankcase.

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    #1 Bigger the Better, Apr 3, 2007
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  2. Bigger the Better

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    Here is a great how to that has been buried for quite a while. I have reinstalled new and better photos to the old thread.
     
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    thats a good how to.
     
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    Great post !
     
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    NICE ONE SO SIMPLE THAN USING "PROPER" TOOL TOP THREAD :cup-1:
     
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    Awesome post will be coming in handy just got my long block fro OBR!