How To Replace The Clutch On A Chainsaw




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SuperCapricorn67: Nice Video ,Thanks saved me some grief !

Doug wieland: Okay, so the reading of past posts lead me to talk about this video. Lets start with the disassembly. I feel like the hammer and screw driver trick is fine. So, some may not understand stuffing a rope into the cylinder to stop the piston from making another revolution. Picture an egg making a full revolution, there's a top and a bottom. I'd suggest pulling the spark plug and putting a wooden dowel into the hole where you pulled the plug, ( the cylinder). Pull the start rope slowly so you feel the (top) of the piston hitting the dowel when it's near the (top) of the cylinder. When you figure this out install the rope into the top of the cylinder, this will stop the egg from rolling over into another revolution if you will, making it possible to unscrew the clutch which has reverse threads. Thus eliminated the chance of getting the rope stuck into the exhaust hole port located about half way down the cylinder wall. Hope this helped those who had less understanding of getting the rope stuck. Which by the way good thinking to those who brought it up!!!

Gurjinder Bains: Thanks for this information and video

carl cappy: I noticed you did not use a special removal tool to remove the clutch instead, you just hammered it off and is that considered the right way?

llithium0: good job sir..thanks for sharing 😍😍😍

Dale Davis: what stop the epistle from moveing

Steve Griffiths: Thanks Mark. Very good video which helped a great deal and saved me spending £18 on a clutch removal tool.

Kuldeep Kumar: thanks for this information and vedio

Robert Meier: Argh you hit the clutch with the hammer when you should have used a fitting that used a socket wrench. I broke the clutch.

peter mullan: Great video but not what I needed. The strap that goes round the drum on my chainsaw needs replaced. It is a husquvarna 235

Angel Padilla: Great video

dylanscally: Great Video

Jeffrey Travis: Terrific!  Very helpful.

doug mayer: Always loosen my two bar nuts a little then turn chain tensioner to relieve pressure then take nuts off.

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Jörgen Bergh: Perfect descripton. Thanks!

Josh Thomas: very helpful. thanks

Sukh Singh: very good video .... thx bro

CALVIN L. NIKONT: Husqvarna says that you are supposed to grease the needle bearing about once a week.

Where is the needle bearing?

Isn't the needle bearing behind the sprocket and clutch?

Robert Patoine: That Is what I was looking for. Thanks
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