How To Replace The Clutch On A Chainsaw




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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.

Tony Lima: How to change a gas thank on a 372xp

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

Derek Chung: You don't pull the whole rope in on shot. YOU DON'T WANT THE ROPE INTO THE EXHAUST PORT. You position the piston to the top, push in 1 inch of the rope, and turn the engine so that the piston pushes the rope up, and push in another inch and repeat until you get about 8 inch of rope AT THE TOP OF THE CHAMBER, NOT INTO THE EXHAUST PORT.

wolfgang schmittenhammer: Thanks for the video, well done! I am retired and doing small engine repair partime. I would like to share a couple of things I have learned. If you have an air impact wrench, in some cases you can remove a flywheel bolt etc. without stabalizing the piston. If that doesn't work, and you don't have a special tool. Take out the plug and move the piston near the bottom. Then feed rope into the cylinder to keep the piston from going to the top. I have a Stihl saw that the clutch is glazed. I was going to sandblast both parts to remove the glaze and make a surface with much more friction. If it works, or not, I will post it. Tried etching with rust remover (phosphoric acid) but it didn't produce the surface I was looking for. Also not sure if it is a big concern, but didn't want to overdo it with the phosphoric acid as there could be a problem with hydrogen embrittlement from what I have read. Thanks again, and hope this is of some help to thers.
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