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Unread 10-09-2011, 05:54 PM   #1
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Default Clutch dust cover removal

Hello everyone.. I've been installing upgraded power spring and 200rmp springs in my Carryall 2 this weekend. I was able to sucessfully pull and install the spring in the rear clutch no problems at all.. Now I come to the drive clutch(i think) the one connected to the motor.. After several days a pulling, tapping, spraying, tapping, etc, etc,etc.. I was able to separate the clutch from the engine.

All day today I've been trying to remove the dust cover from the clutch... More tapping, spraying, tapping, etc... no luck... I then went down to the parts house and picked up a harmonic balancer puller, heated the area around where its stuck.. Still can't get this duct cover off so I can install the 200rmp spring... Since I'm green when it comes to Club Car repairs I'm hoping someone can tell me there a secret button located on the clucth that I gotta push and twist then tap the side with a mallet and then poof the cover comes right off..

Until I hear back from yall.. I guess I'll sit here watch some football and drink a few cold ones.



Thanks folks..
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Unread 10-09-2011, 07:18 PM   #2
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Default Re: Clutch dust cover removal

I just did the same thing last week. I got mine off with a hammer and small piece of soft wood. I put the wood against the dust cover at a slight angle outward, just past the outer sheath. I tapped the wood with the hammer, rotating often. It eventually came off. Didn't take much of a hit, just a little at a time...give that a try. I picked this tip up from others on here...take a sharpie and mark where the dust cover and sheave meet so you can put it back exactly the same way. Apparently people have run into balance problems.
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Unread 10-11-2011, 01:28 PM   #3
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Default Re: Clutch dust cover removal

Thanks for the tips.. I tired and still nada.

I did however discover something.. When it comes to using something like PB blaster,etc.. I tried PB as well as heat and still couldn't get the dang thing off. What worked was the 50/50 mix of tranny fulid and acetone.. Holy Cow.... I put a little on turned around to hook up the air gun for another round, and what do you know it popped off.. I tried and tried with the impact gun and heat and pb blaters and nothing made it move.. However that 50/50 homemade brew worked like a champ.. I can't remember where I found that... But whoever posted it.. Thanks.. Someone needs to package that up and sell it as the ultimate penetrating fluid.

Thanks..
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Unread 10-11-2011, 08:44 PM   #4
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I'll have to keep that in mind...wish I had heard of that when trying to get my front leaf spring bolts out.
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