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My wifes 2007 150F has a problem in the shift shaft. In order to remove the shaft I need to remove the clutch drum. There is another drum that slightly overlaps thre clutch and prevents it form sliding off. I can't seem to figure out how to remove it or even what it is. I haven't picked up a repair manual yet. Anyone out there able to help me out? What the other drum is, How to remove it, ect??

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is it smaller and has 3 phillips screws on it?

if so then its the centrifugal oil filter, you take those 3 screws off (theres a gasket on the cover so get a new one) then use the special spanner socket and an impact gun to remove the slinger, i think the nut is a one time use nut also (its staked on the threads so it wont back out) same with the clutch basket nut, so get 2 new ones.

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Yep, it requires a special tool to get the oil sling filter off. I think they cost around $35. Be sure to un-stake the special nut that’s deep inside, other wise the tool doesn’t fit right, and you could break the tool. I reused all the hardware when I put new clutch plates on mine.

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HERE is one that is 20mm. The one you got was 24mm (id), any idea what size you need?

Edit: Just checked my service manual and it calls for a 20/24mm wrench and since the 24mm is too big the 20mm should work. Check ebay also, there are a lot of them.

If you'd like I can scan the pages in the service manual tomorrow and email them to you.

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weird, i could have sworn i used the shorter spanner socket and it worked fine, now ill have to go find it in my toolbox and see which one i have.

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HERE is one that is 20mm. The one you got was 24mm (id), any idea what size you need?

Edit: Just checked my service manual and it calls for a 20/24mm wrench and since the 24mm is too big the 20mm should work. Check ebay also, there are a lot of them.

If you'd like I can scan the pages in the service manual tomorrow and email them to you.

That would be cool if you could send over some pages.. Thanks

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That would be cool if you could send over some pages.. Thanks

I'll need your email address. You can PM it to me if you want.

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