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Re: Clutch Pilot Bushing Removal - - Help Post by dennisbushnell » Mon.

The Proper Diagnosis for Lasting Clutch Repairs. Any number of issues can occur.

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The pilot bearing may be seized, the clutch material could be worn out, or there might be broken springs on the clutch plate. You may hear abnormal noises, or your shifts could be sloppy. Whatever the symptom, address the problem immediately with Expert clutch bushcutting.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Choose items to buy together.

This item: Lisle Clutch Pilot Bushing Remover.Only 2 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by National Tool Warehouse. FREE Shipping. OTC 2-Jaw Pilot Bearing, Thrust Washer, and Small Bearing Pulling Attachment.Only 13 left in stock - order soon/5. Pilot bearing or bushing sold by Centerforce is the highest quality available. In most application the bearing is a direct Original Equipment (O.E.) replacement.

Centerforce recommends changing the pilot bearing/bushing and release bearing during every clutch install. Dec 02, Location: Bogalusa, La. Re: Clutch Pilot Bushing Removal - - Help. Postby mvhighcrop» Mon Nov 29, pm. Get a 3/8" pipe tap (not a bolt tap) and thread it inside of the bushing.

Keep turning until the tap bottoms out, then continue turning the tap and it will push the bushing right out. Hope this helps. May 30, Location: ca. Local Time: PM. You can also pack the hole with grease and use a bolt close to the id of the bushing and whack the bolt with a hammer.

That will force the bushing out. Agree x 6.

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