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post #1 of 46 (permalink) Old 01-28-2013, 12:42 PM Thread Starter
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Clutch Teardown Part 1

I've removed the clutch cover and am currently draining the oil so I can access the wet clutch, and driven gear. I took a picture of the battery box as I moved it 3/4 of an inch to the left so my impact would fit. Only moved the front.
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I've removed the clutch cover and am currently draining the oil so I can access the wet clutch, and driven gear. I took a picture of the battery box as I moved it 3/4 of an inch to the left so my impact would fit. Only moved the front.
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I should have waited for your play by play, I sent mine to the shop to be checked. I did strip all the plastic I could to save some money, $70 per hour ouch! (Mike suggested that). I still don't think I have the right tools for the job anyway.

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1/2 inch impact 125 PSI air compressor, I have a Large adjustable spanner wrench for the wet clutch, not comfortable using the impact on the wet clutch nut. It takes about 2 hours to R&R, all day if you take beer breaks, but it is more fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Now I see the problem, I have the 1/2" impact, got a 130 PSI compressor (only a small 6 gal. one), I think I can borrow a spanner wrench and then.....I opened the door to the beer fridge empty ! Now I have a few choices, I can go get beer, get my wife's bottle of Jack out of the cabinet, or I do see some apple cider I can heat up with a Captain Morgan kicker.

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I think de3 posted a video on the clutch removal also, you will find it very helpful. Good luck, and enjoy the beverages!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dick or RD

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Now I see the problem, I have the 1/2" impact, got a 130 PSI compressor (only a small 6 gal. one), I think I can borrow a spanner wrench and then.....I opened the door to the beer fridge empty ! Now I have a few choices, I can go get beer, get my wife's bottle of Jack out of the cabinet, or I do see some apple cider I can heat up with a Captain Morgan kicker.
go for the jack.............

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I should have waited for your play by play, I sent mine to the shop to be checked. I did strip all the plastic I could to save some money, $70 per hour ouch! (Mike suggested that). I still don't think I have the right tools for the job anyway.
our labor rate is 50 a hour at my dealer,but it helps when you know all the guys and drink a few cold ones with them.he told me yesterday if i wanted to do the driven gear upgrade gear,gaskets labor less than 200 dollars,and thats me taking out floor board out.but i have only put 200 miles on it since we put clutch kit in it and changed the internal clutch springs,and gear looked great,but at the time didnt know people were having gear issues.for some reason every dealer i called said they have not worked on any prowlers for that gear failure,and i even talked to don at pcp when i ordered my cdi last fri and said they have not had any trouble.must be a hit and miss thing.I hope Iam on the miss side.but replacing it is good insurance............

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I've removed the clutch cover and am currently draining the oil so I can access the wet clutch, and driven gear. I took a picture of the battery box as I moved it 3/4 of an inch to the left so my impact would fit. Only moved the front.
great pictures RD...........mike

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