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Poulan Clutch Assembly Removal


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04-05-13, 01:12 PM   #1  
Poulan Clutch Assembly Removal

I have a Poulan 2450 18" Chainsaw that is not getting oil to the bar. I have blown out the lines and cleaned the bar very well and still cannot get any oil to the bar. There is a little oil coming out when its running onto the side of the bar but not much. There is no adjustment for the oiler on this so I am believing it is the pump. I cannot figure out how to get the Clutch assembly off from above the Oiler Pump without messing something up. Can someone help me get this assembly off? Thanks!

 
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04-05-13, 02:28 PM   #2  
If you just drive the clutch in reverse of the engine rotation it will spin off.

If you can't get it to hold still to do that, stuff a nylon rope down the spark plug hole and run the piston up against it, then turn it off with a wrench or drive it off with a soft metal drift.

 
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04-05-13, 06:05 PM   #3  
marbobj has you on the right track.


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