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Removing 09 zx6r tranny? - December 20, 2013, 08:42 AM

Does anyone know how to get the nut off that is located inside of the clutch basket? It seems that I need this off in order to remove the transmission but even using a high powered torque wrench, i can remove it...yes the clutch basket holding tool is in place. Am I missing something?
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Don't use a torque wrench to take things apart, it messes with the calibration. Best thing to do is put an impact on it. She'll come right out.


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Don't use a torque wrench to take things apart, it messes with the calibration. Best thing to do is put an impact on it. She'll come right out.
Wow, call me an idiot. haha I was using an impact wrench I was looking up torque wrench specs and got mixed up. 800 ft./lbs.ish and nothing. Even applied heat and tried using a 3/4" socket drive on it and nothing...
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Double-check and make sure it's not reverse threaded.
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Double-check and make sure it's not reverse threaded.
+1. I'm pretty sure it's not reverse thread, but it just might be. Double check the manual. Also, what kind of air compressor do you have with the impact? If it's a low-output then it might not do anything for you.


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It is not reverse thread. When you use an impact tool leave the clutch plates in and as you go to remove the nut press on the plates with a screwdriver. It will add enough friction to hold the basket and the nut will come loose.


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It is not reverse thread. When you use an impact tool leave the clutch plates in and as you go to remove the nut press on the plates with a screwdriver. It will add enough friction to hold the basket and the nut will come loose.
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Also if your air hose coming off your compressor has a small ID then the volume being supplied to the impact gun will be insufficient. Use short blast on the impact gun instead of holding the trigger down.
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