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How do you go about separating the outer drum from the inner drum. I need to replace my clutch basket, and I have no idea as to how to remove the old inner clutch drum. I've found nothing about it in my manual, or the rebuild video I have.

Thank you,
Chad Miller
 

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Parts are a light press fit, its hammer time.

Just use a brass drift though and two pieces of wood to support the
drum.

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Thanks Pookybear. I appreciate all the help you've given me with this rebuild a lot. Hopefully it'll be smooth sailing from here, and I won't have to bother you again.
 

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Thanks Pookybear. I appreciate all the help you've given me with this rebuild a lot. Hopefully it'll be smooth sailing from here, and I won't have to bother you again.
Cbm206,

That is a Triumph you got over there, it will make a wrench
wizard out of you sooner or later.

good luck with the clutch.

Pookybear
 

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use the outer diaphram as a puller.
1. remove the adjusters, springs and the tubes they live in.
2. get 3 washers that the adjusters fit into, but span the tube holes.
3. find a SAE bolt that fits into the central clutch adjuster.
4. put diaphram back on, cinching down the three spring adjuster nuts.
5. then just turn central bolt against end of mainshaft.
6. this should easily extract clutch center. -j
 

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Discussion Starter · #6 · (Edited)
Thanks for the info. The task was easy after I figured out it was a press fit. I was worried it screwed in somehow, and didn't want to just go at it swinging.
 
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