Craftsman 16" chain saw 358350360

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Old 01-20-06, 08:28 AM
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Since there is no nut holding the clutch, what is the best method for clutch removal?
 
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Old 01-20-06, 08:52 AM
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Originally Posted by charlieman2
Since there is no nut holding the clutch, what is the best method for clutch removal?
Clutch removal tool 530031112 it's a spanner (has 2 pins that slide into the clutch)

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Old 01-21-06, 05:51 AM
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Rather than having to buy a tool you can simply use a hammer and punch. Stuff some rewind starter rope in the spark plug hole (to act as a piston stop, and of course leave a tail out for removal purposes) and remove the clutch clock-wise (left-hand threads). Be sure to place the punch at a point in (radius-wise) on the assembly so as to reduce the possibility of ruining the clutch.
 
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