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DOOmsman 09-08-2008 03:02 PM

Re: Removing Drive Clutch
 
Did you use a hardened punch? If not drill it and use a small slap hammer and bolt to pull it. I have never seen the grease only method work but gobs of grease and the puller will work. When you get it apart and are reassembling it, remember NEVER SIEZE is your best friend, put a dab on, spin the clutch on the shaft, remove clutch and wipe excess off. Good Luck.


TWISTED WORKING ON WILD

4vertical 09-12-2008 05:18 PM

Re: Removing Drive Clutch
 
i have heard of the grease trick working. but you need to fill the hole up with grease and then drive in a bolt. I don't think you can make enough pressure with a grease gun.

with mine i have to drive in my remover(only like 20 at my dealer, and well worth it) then i go from the back side and give it a tap or 2 with a 2x4 on the back of the clutch. notice i said tap. I can't be held responsible if ya go crazy and f'up the clutch

-Aaron

Waterfreak66 10-27-2008 12:20 PM

Re: Removing Drive Clutch
 
2x4 and a sledge will knock the drive clutch off

shadowman 10-27-2008 12:43 PM

Re: Removing Drive Clutch
 
i never tried the grease on a C.C. but i can tell you for sure it works on E-Z go...............................8)

rusty 10-27-2008 11:18 PM

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Welcome to the forum Waterfreak66................

Waterfreak66 10-28-2008 06:58 AM

Re: Removing Drive Clutch
 
Thanks Rusty. I've built a lot of corvettes and one bad a** Kawi Brute Force 750 atv, but this is my first go around with golf carts.

whitetail436 10-29-2008 08:25 AM

Re: Removing Drive Clutch
 
the funny thing is i am still driving around with no clutch retaining bolt. i still havent wanted to go through any aggravation to get it off of there. maybe one day when i am feeling really patient ill give it a go. thanks for all the great advice.

shadowman 10-29-2008 09:10 AM

Re: Removing Drive Clutch
 
after re-reading this i assume you didn,t try with the puller........C.C. makes a clutch puller bolt for the drive clutch......all you do is take the center bolt out and then put the puller bolt in and tighten it down as you tighten it .......it will pop the clutch off in no time........the puller is 14.99 i beleive plus shipping its about 6 to 8 inches long just a strait shaft with threads up right below the head of it put in hole where center bolt was and pop off she comes as you tighten down........the drive clutch is on a tapered shaft the crankshaft.........i have never seen the puller not pop the clutch off and its much easier than a lot of E-Z go,s................should take you all of 10 minutes....................................8)

CartTrader 10-29-2008 12:18 PM

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Thats a deal Tom, where do you get them for that? Ebay wants $42.99 before shipping for it.

shadowman 10-29-2008 03:13 PM

Re: Removing Drive Clutch
 
yeah i know lots of places wanted over 50 bucks for it.........got it at cartparts................15.99 plus shipping i think in the end total was like 22.00 dollars.......................................8)


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