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howdy, could use your help again guys. I'm replacing my clutch and need to get to the oil seal as It leaks quite a bit of oil around the chain area just sitting in the garage. What's the easiest way to remove the clutch sleeve? heat it and pry or is their a puller needed? Thanks, Wayno

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Puller. any other way and you will regret it.

the correct puller has external threads to engage the threads on the inside of the hub, the body is about 1.5" long with a threaded hole in the other end into which a bolt threads to press on the end of the shaft and break it loose. Any brit part supplier should have them available.

looks like this: https://www.lowbrowcustoms.com/prod...iumph-bsa-650-750-motorcycle-61-7014-usa

oh, and Howdy

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Look towards the end of the first page of this thread.

https://www.britbike.com/forums/ubb...a65-clutch-chainwheel-removal#Post827738

I used a Craftsman puller. The 'factory' tool sold by current suppliers is too soft to get the job done on clutch centers
that are difficult (99% of them)

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If the puller is suspect, apply reasonable torque and then smack the end of the bolt with a soft face (lead, copper, dead blow, etc) hammer.


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Oh man, thanks guys


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