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Old 12-27-2013, 01:29 AM
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How many of you guys own a clutch hub holder tool? Used to remove and install the hub holder/holder basket?

What other tool or ideas have you used as a substitute?

I get the whole idea of using the correct tool for the job......but other alternatives are out there?

I've heard of using a penny between the gears.....copper being soft and not damaging?

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Old 12-27-2013, 02:30 AM
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I have the proper tool for my Gasgas, but not for all other motors that I work on.
As a substitute for a tool, I use a rag between the gears if the motor is out of the frame. If not, I try to lock it by putting it into high gear and use the rear brake.

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Just hold it with your hand and use an impact gun. Wearing a leather glove makes it easier.
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Just hold it with your hand and use an impact gun. Wearing a leather glove makes it easier.
To loosen it you can of course use the impact gun. How do you keep it from rotating when thightening it up?

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I use 1/2 impact gun to loosen and those common gray work gloves between gear teeth to torque nut. You'll need to have primary cover removed to access gear teeth.
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I made a pair of "scissors" out of two pieces of 1/8"X1" flat bar. Bent the ends 90 degrees and bolted them together. The other end has 5/16" (8mm) bolts to hold flywheels in place. Multi tool!


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Phil,

Nice work for the tool.....

I was think of ordering this: http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...ol?term=clutch tools
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To loosen it you can of course use the impact gun. How do you keep it from rotating when thightening it up?

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I use a 3/8" drive impact. It has a max torque of 75 ft pounds.
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Phil,

Nice work for the tool.....

I was think of ordering this: http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...ol?term=clutch tools
If I had time I would order that, mine was made of necessity. Plus, it works, so why mess with success?

I like that Tusk tool as it can do clutch as well as flywheel. I believe my BiL has it and is pleased with its usability.
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Here is what I use.
Large C clamp vise grips with the clamps removed and Grade 8 bolts.
With my old CRF I bolted an old clutch steel plate to it and that worked awesome.

I use impact to remove and then this tool and torque wrench to tighten.




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