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Originally Posted by Rubi View Post
So the brakes are on the clutch side on that sled? Here's what I'd do to try to get that clutch off. First I'd hose it down with Schaeffer Penetro and then do some light tapping with a hammer to try to break some stuff loose. Then I'd ice down the steel shaft to get it to contract some. Light heat on the aluminum, to expand it, and then give it a try again. Is there a way to put some wood blocks where the puller contacts the aluminum to try to disperse the force over a larger area? I don't know what I'm talking about, but nobody else was posting.
No jackshaft on these, the 2ndary runs on the chaincase. That's all I can remember right now.
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