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After you loosen the 6 bolts (leave them half way in) thread the clutch puller in at least a 1/2" in clutch. Gold the clutch and beat the top of the puller really hard till it separates the two sheaves from clutch
 

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Easiest and safest way from my experience is the concrete floor.

Loosen the torx bolts, screw the puller in 3/4 of the way.

Flip the clutch over and hold it by the fixed sheave.

Drive it into the concrete floor with authority.

It will pop!
 

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Some on the bolts but otherwise no.

-grover
 

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Your floor maybe soft, go near the footings close to the walls where it's more solid. Drive it HARD into the floor it will pop.
ill try another garage tomorrow :huh:

first time im having problem with a clutch and its not mine

the 850 pdrive is easier to dissembly

my brother could not believe what i was doing
 

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Have a nice piece of flat steel to put on the floor??

-grover
 
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