Clutch holding tool 350sxf

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5/29/2020 8:38 PM

I have a 2018 350sxf and want to buy an ebc/rekluse style holder but can't seem to find one that fits my bike. I just finished the oil pump gear update on my bike and just would like one of these tools for the future as doing it without was a pain!

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5/30/2020 8:22 PM

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Huskyboy

5/30/2020 8:23 PM

Supposedly this is supposed to fit a KTM 350, according to Rocky Mountain.??

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Huskyboy

5/31/2020 8:06 AM

That's what I used on my '18 FC350 when I did a CX. It will fit most clutches with a little effort. Flip it, try different angles, it'll work.

Hammer

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5/31/2020 5:47 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/31/2020 5:48 PM

Leave fibers and steels in place
use TDC bolt to lock motor and put in gear to take basket nut on/off

no need for tool

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5/31/2020 7:02 PM

I have always just made these clutch tools. I use 2 old steel clutch plates and weld a rod between them. The rod holds the outer basket and the clutch plates hold the inner hub.

Paw Paw

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6/1/2020 2:47 PM

lucas51 wrote:

I have a 2018 350sxf and want to buy an ebc/rekluse style holder but can't seem to find one that fits my bike. I just finished ...more

I wrap a tiedown around the hub and hook it to the frame. Works like a strap wrench. Haven't done this on a 350SXF, but did it on a 250SX with the same clutch.

Usually find that a cheap ratchetting tie down works best because you can use the 'long' strap, which has a hook only on one end.

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6/1/2020 4:58 PM

Factor E wrote:

Leave fibers and steels in place
use TDC bolt to lock motor and put in gear to take basket nut on/off

no need for tool

Ive never messed with the lock down bolt before but have seen it on a video. Do you just get it at TDC and take the bolt out and the washer off and put it back in? Is the thickness of the washer the difference between the bolt locking it or still being able to turn? Sorry this is my first 4-stroke.

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6/1/2020 5:10 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/1/2020 5:10 PM

Yes TDC pull washer and put back in Notch in crank

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