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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-26-2010, 03:56 PM Thread Starter
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help i can`t get my driven clutch off two washers came off but still on the shaft it won1t come off any help out there please i need it lol
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i still can`t get the clutch off am i the only one out there that has this problem love my teryx except now i still need help
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go to hunterworks.com and click on teryx videos and you will see a clutch video, watch that and it should help you.
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Do you have a clutch puller. IT is a bolt you screw it to pop it off. Hunterworks does have a good video.
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Do you have a clutch puller. IT is a bolt you screw it to pop it off. Hunterworks does have a good video.
He is talking about the secondary clutch, the puller is for the primary.

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i got the 2 washers off the shaft but the clutch won`t come off i heated it with a heat gun still won`t budge help still needed
do i dare pry on it ????????
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what im trying to do is take out a shim i got the drive clutch off and belt off
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You can take a pry bar behind the pulley and put a little pressure on it and take a hammer and bump the center of the pulley next to the shaft and it should pop off

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If you got water in the housing at some time your in for one hell of a ride, keep a good penetrate on it. Use the heat gun to draw the juice in, keep the soaking up for days if needed and use the pry bar CAREFULLY!. If this all fails you will end up busting the clutch to get it off.

When you do get it off, place a thin film of wheel bearing grease on the entire shaft for ease of future removal.

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go to hunterworks.com and click on teryx videos and you will see a clutch video, watch that and it should help you.
Todd has alot of helpfull vids, good stuff always...
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