clutch repair on 1995 GL1500 SE


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blueknight
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clutch repair on 1995 GL1500 SE

Postby blueknight » Thu Aug 04, 2011 5:21 pm



how hard is it to remove and rebuild the clutch assembly on a 1995 GL1500 SE



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keithg64
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Re: clutch repair on 1995 GL1500 SE

Postby keithg64 » Thu Aug 04, 2011 5:37 pm

I dont think its to hard but may need a couple of special tools to undo the bolts and stop it from spinning.
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blueknight
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Re: clutch repair on 1995 GL1500 SE

Postby blueknight » Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:06 pm

Thanks. Clutch just started slipping and was concerned about the repair

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Sempai
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Re: clutch repair on 1995 GL1500 SE

Postby Sempai » Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:45 pm

Can we get an update on this clutch job? I work on clutches left and right, and now, my GWing is about ready for me to replace hers. I'm not afraid to do it myself, I have a very well equipped garage. What I don't know is whether or not I NEED the special tool to hold the shaft. I'm certain I can bust the clutch nut off without any serious issues, but the book calls for 140 pounds feet of torque for assembly.

Did you do your clutch? If yes, did you NEED that tool? I can think of other ways to prevent the shaft from turning, just wondering if anyone has done this themselves and can offer any insight or tips??


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