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Unread 08-07-2019, 01:34 PM   #1
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Default 1990ís Hyundai secondary clutch removal

Hello, All. This is my 2nd post on this forum. I have a 1990ís Hyundai golf cart. I am repowering it. I do not have the original drive clutch; only the driven clutch. Removing said clutch has been difficult. I removed the axle. The initial bolt came off easy. The large 2 1/8Ē threaded nut was more difficult but we persevered and it came off. The first sheave then unscrewed with more muscle applied to it. The spring and most of the clutch then popped off...with the exception of the shiny cylinder that covers the shaft and a little part of the housing for the spring. Iím not sure of the names of the parts. There is absolutely no access to the woodruff key plus I donít know if this is threaded. Using a puller did nothing. I was told to heat which I will do next. There is obviously something Iím missing. I destroyed the clutch by just trying to remove it. Any thoughts how to get the remaining piece off?
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Unread 08-09-2019, 08:19 AM   #2
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Default Re: 1990ís Hyundai secondary clutch removal

Going to use the torch and see if heating it up will help it come off. If that doesnít work I will use a cutting disc and carefully cut the stainless sleeve off; hopefully, I will not touch the shaft.

The plan is to continue to strip the cart of its body so that only the chassis and suspension remains. I will then sandblast it. I have two atvís that I will strip of their suspension and front end and weld onto the cart. Paint the modified chassis and suspension. Fabricate a new cowl using atv and cart cowls. Install new 18 hp engine and new primary and secondary clutches. Hook up everything so it can be operated from the drivers seat and do final body painting.

This is gonna take a while.
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Unread 08-11-2019, 10:02 AM   #3
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Default Re: 1990ís Hyundai secondary clutch removal

I thought the Hyundai's used the Yamaha drive line but I could be wrong
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