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    Max Torque Clutch Bushing Driver




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    Is that the only way to get them in Dave? I usually don't rebuild mine and give them away for parts.

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    You could probably use a commercially available driver as they come in sets. I didn't have one. I suppose one could carefully tap one in with a wooden block, or maybe a leather mallet. I have no press. They're in their pretty tight. My idea was to preserve the bushing so that it wasn't worn out just by me getting it in there.

    They are worth rebuilding. There is some issue with getting a replacement fiber washer, but you can find them. I'm going to get one from Home Depot later.

    I want to say that the clutch bell or sprocket retainer outside shell piece (there is a name for it) will accept a 10,11 and 12 t sprocket. Larger, and you have to go up a size on the bell. You can also play with springs, and I've heard, shoe weights.

 

 

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