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PostSubject: clutch bell puller   Thu Jul 20, 2017 5:52 pm

Hi guys has anyone got the clutch drum puller for sale ?
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PostSubject: Re: clutch bell puller   Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:36 am

siataukreg wrote:
Hi guys has anyone got the clutch drum puller for sale ?

You can order the Clutch bell tool thru your local Honda dealer, They have the part numbers for the American or the European pullers on their Video Catalogue. If you attempt to use an incorrect puller, It is very easy to warp the bell, From then on you will have a Chattering clutch. Attempting to drive the Clutch bell on can damage the bearings in your final. Buy the correct tool from Honda and save yourself a lot of Grief. While you are working on your bike, Change that final oil to 0-20 or 0-30 Synthetic for a free and frictionless final regardless of the temperature, You will probably see an increase in your fuel milage as well as your performance.
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