How to take the clutch apart?

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  1. Black_Moons

    Black_Moons New Member

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    Hi, I recently pulled the clutch off my motor and im wondering, How do I get it apart? IE remove part 3-13 from part 3-6 so that 3-9 comes free? (Part that holds the ball bearings and spiral gear to the rear clutch plate)

    I know this is gonna send tiny bearings everywhere.. but I still want in there.
     
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    Look at animation #2

    http://motorbicycling.com/f30/animated-view-motorized-bicycle-clutch-assembly-8939.html

    The ring with the ball bearings is a press fit onto the shaft. To get them apart, I hold the gear and tap the three pins evenly with a brass hammer.

    Jim
     
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    Hmm, Hold the gear with a bored peice of wood or something?

    I was afraid that might snap the gear where the pads are held.

    So the 3 small 1/8" or so holes on the backside do not go through?
     

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