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Old 06-16-2013, 02:44 PM
biscuit141 biscuit141 is offline
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Join Date: May 2011
Location: South Bend, IN
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Lazer Z clutch removal

Well my clutch just **** the bed and the bearings are toast. I am in the process of removing it to fully assess the damage. Below is a picture of the clutch. Can anyone tell me if this is standard or reverse threads before I start cranking on it? Also, if I put a wrench on that flat spacer behind the bolt, will that hold the crank or is there another trick? Would using an impact wrench be a mistake? Any and all advice welcome.

Also, are the bearing replaceable or do I need a whole new lucth assembly? Best place to buy?

Thanks in advance.

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