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My cousin took his sled 1993 A.C. wildcat 700 to the dealer to get a pre season tune up and a new clutch put on. While the shop is saying the bolt on the clutch was broken and they can't get the clutch off and broke their clutch tool trying to get it off the he has about 4inches of the bolt with about a 1" 1/4" of thread , we know they broke it by the looks of the bolt it's a fresh break they probably used a air impact.
Dose anyone know how he can get the clutch off they claim they used heat and still couldn't get it off.
 

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We have taken a clutch off with a cutting torch. You have to be very careful not to damage the crank shaft or the seal on the pto end but it can be done.
On the inside of the clutch you can cut away on the main shaft of the clutch until the crankshaft is exposed. That should losen the tapered fit so the old clutch comes free from the crankshaft.
Just an idea you can try. It worked for us.



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