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I need to remove the clutch from my pit bike so I can replace a broken spring. I have the right springs but I can't get them on without removing this centrifugal clutch. Only problem is I can't seem to get it off. What tool should I use for this thing

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So what you guys think? I don't want to pay a mechanic since it's a small job and don't want to have to spend anymore money on this play thing. It really is just a 50cc pit bike that I keep around for kicks and giggles. It's not worth anything. So how can I pop this thing off so I can fix her???

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To me, it looks like you just have to remove the retainers on those master-link like things and the weights/shoes should pull right off...

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you think that's all I have to remove. I just don't want to break the retainers. I was thinking I had to remove the whole thing but nothing fits the middle piece. It's a gear where I haven't seen a gear before. usually it would be a simple bolt there. but nothing fits to pull this thing off. I'll try to remove the retainers and master-links. Thanks for the advice I'll post if it helps or not.

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Yeah it came right off, thanks Lead Head.

Having some trouble getting those retainers back on and the clutch won't make the wheel spin when I try by hand. I disassembled it again and am going to work more on it tmr. Any more advice would be appreciated.

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Haven't written you back but I did fix the clutch a few days ago. Some more work on other things before I get this thing running but I wanted to thank you lead head. :smirk:

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