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September 9th, 2007, 09:26 AM   #1
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Removing the inner clutch hub....

Please help me,
i am not able to remove the locking bolt (27mm) of the clutch, maybe is a left hand bolt?
Have you any idea to lock the clutch without the specific locking tool?

Thanks for the answers...
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September 9th, 2007, 09:48 AM   #2
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Re: Removing the inner clutch hub....

Hi MisterHuz,

Welcome to the site, I made mine from three old steel clutch plates and welded a steel bar so it locks the outer to the inner but then you need to lock the outer basket to the balance shaft gear.
I bought the Husaberg tool for this works effortlessly.

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September 9th, 2007, 10:12 AM   #3
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Re: Removing the inner clutch hub....

Originally Posted by sparks
Hi MisterHuz,

Welcome to the site, I made mine from three old steel clutch plates and welded a steel bar so it locks the outer to the inner but then you need to lock the outer basket to the balance shaft gear.
I bought the Husaberg tool for this works effortlessly.

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And it's a right hand thead, only the flywheel nut is left handed.

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September 9th, 2007, 10:21 AM   #4
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Thank you for the rapid answers!
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September 9th, 2007, 03:40 PM   #5
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All I've ever done for years is to cram a clean rag into the area where the primary and clutch basket gears mesh so the rag creates an interference fit. After you loosen or tighten the nut on the clutch basket, you simply reverse the gears and remove the rag. It always works great and is very cheap!
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September 10th, 2007, 12:31 AM   #6
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i use an air gun! lucky me!

actually the earlier engines (circa '02) are circlip but i've been there!

SPARKS: have you a photo of your home made tool and also the factory tool for locking the gears?

email me if you find it easier. if not - then here?

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September 10th, 2007, 07:27 AM   #7
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A piece of 2-3mm thick (soft) aluminum sheet metal works also, as the "cloth-method". For removing the nut, the air-gun is super. I have also made a tool of the kind Sparks did.
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September 10th, 2007, 08:05 AM   #8
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I was told the original Husaberg tool was nolonger available that is why I made my own.
Similar to Dr_C I have used a copper coin in the past, as long as it is a soft metal.

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Resurecting an old thread here, need to remove the cluch nut to refit the kitstart mech thats popped out..
Look like theres 3 ways to remove the inner hub...
1.air gun (dont have)
2.segment tool, or clutch plate and friction plate welded together (dont have)
3 rag method- jamming a rag or coin between the basket and primary gears

Dont understand the rag method, if you lock up the primary and clutch basket gears, the inner hub and nut will still spin freely.
Can some one clear this up for me

x
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Originally Posted by philis
Resurecting an old thread here, need to remove the cluch nut to refit the kitstart mech thats popped out..
Look like theres 3 ways to remove the inner hub...
1.air gun (dont have)
2.segment tool, or clutch plate and friction plate welded together (dont have)
3 rag method- jamming a rag or coin between the basket and primary gears

Dont understand the rag method, if you lock up the primary and clutch basket gears, the inner hub and nut will still spin freely.
Can some one clear this up for me

x
Put the bike in highest gear and have a second people braking the rear brake. then you loosen-tighten the bolt. Can do it one man if you are little gymnastic.

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