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Old 09-26-2002, 10:33 AM
Mike Richards Mike Richards is offline
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It also helps to have a LONG 3/8" dr. breaker bar to access the bolt that secures the clutch. There's very little room between the clutch and the radiator. With a longer breaker bar, your hand is higher up with some room to work with.

Stahlwille makes the special 8mm allen socket that fits this bolt. I'm not saying you must use this tool, but will say that the metal in the head of this bolt is VERY soft and rounds off VERY easily.

http://www.************************ sells the rod and the 8mm allen socket. The locking rod Larry described can indeed be homemade. All you need is something to prevent the hub from turning while you loosen the 8mm allen bolt that secures the clutch.
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