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June 17, 2003, 09:12 PM

I'm thinkin' about the Barnett kit and it seems pretty straightforward but are there any tips or tricks I should know about? Do I need the clutch alignment tool or does it center itself?
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June 17, 2003, 10:44 PM


If you don't have the tool to hold the clutch basket from spinning as you loosen the clutch basket nut, you can insert a soft copper penny where the clutch basket gear engages the transmission gear. That will hold things still so you can remove the nut. Make sure not to use a hard metal, so you don't damage the gears (copper pennies are soft). To tighten the clutch nut after you put the new clutch in, you can put the penny on the opposite side of the interface between the two gears, to prevent rotation in the opposite direction.


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