clutch rod bearing

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  1. and69

    and69 New Member

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    How do I remove the bearing to replace on a new rod for the clutch on a 2 stroke 48cc engine?
     
  2. 2door

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    If you're talking about the ball bearing that goes in before the bucking bar, a magnet small enough to fit into the bore of the drive sprocket will work. Sometimes that bearing is stuck in grease and needs a little help. It should come out easily.
    If a magnet doesn't drag it out you might try spraying some degreaser into the hole first to loosen things up.

    Tom
     
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    The crank shaft bearing is what I need removed from the shaft. I have it out of the casing.
     
  5. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    Tap it off gently. Damaging the shaft will make it harder to remove.
    I also use a small two jaw puller for stubborn bearings.
     

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