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Default Anyone work on Team Roller secondaries?

Just wondering if disassembly and reassembly of these clutches is possible without special tools? I can do my button clutch by hand or with the help of a couple woodworking clamps, but is this possible on the roller clutches?
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I haven't a clue, but I'm interested in the answer.


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They're easier to work on than the button clutches.

The difference is that the roller carrier is what has to be fixed by the snap-ring, the helix just bolts on. I still like to use my clutch press but you can probably do without.
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I don't know about that, that collar/cup is way smaller than the sheeve of a button and you have a heavier spring. I'd use the clutch press, personally. You have to push down on a cup thing and get a big snap-ring off.
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Rubi, are you gonna head up here again next weekend? If so bring the sled/clutch and I'll bring my compressor down
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No, I won't be up there.
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Rubi you can actually make a really cheap compression tool. Go get some bolt stock and weld it to a plate or something that will not pull through the hole in the clutch and for the top part get washers big enough that they will not pull through the clutch hole and use a nut to tighten it down. I think I see more homemade ones than factory built jobbers.
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get a chunk of 5/16 or 3/8 threaded rod, I then made a simple piece, took some 1" square tubing made 2 verticle legs about 4" tall and welded a piece across the top of them so they sit on the collor. then with the threaded rod and a big washer to keep it on the front of the clutch, and the threaded rod sticking through the clutch, slip on the little piece you just made and tighten it down, remove snap ring and loosen the nut, make sure you have 4-6"of thread because them springs are tall.

sometimes you need a sharp screw driver to get under the helix and give it a couple taps to get it off.
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T-25 to remove the helix (little heat around the bolts before removal helps)

Clutch press using 2 deep dish sockets to compress the spring to remove the snap ring is what we use.
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The Teams use a regular spring that looks like a primary spring, right? No holes to stick the spring end in? Where does the delrin washer go? Is that plastic washer necessary, or is it just an awesome mod that's going to give me more track horsepower?
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supposedly the delrin washer improves backshift, it goes between the spring retainer cup and the sheave.

And yes, its just a flat spring with no oles to stick into or anything.
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I used 3 delrin washers. One between each side the spring and it's mating surface, and one between the cup and sheave. When you pop it apart, you'll see that I basically put it between each friction surface.
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get a chunk of 5/16 or 3/8 threaded rod, I then made a simple piece, took some 1" square tubing made 2 verticle legs about 4" tall and welded a piece across the top of them so they sit on the collor. then with the threaded rod and a big washer to keep it on the front of the clutch, and the threaded rod sticking through the clutch, slip on the little piece you just made and tighten it down, remove snap ring and loosen the nut, make sure you have 4-6"of thread because them springs are tall.

sometimes you need a sharp screw driver to get under the helix and give it a couple taps to get it off.
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