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Hs81t clutch drum and drive pinion removal

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Trying to get the clutch drum and drive pinion off a hs81t

I have removed the circlip and am struggling to get the pinion and clutch drum out.

Are they threaded or will they press out?

 

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20 minutes ago, jjll said:

 

Hi

Trying to get the clutch drum and drive pinion off a hs81t

I have removed the circlip and am struggling to get the pinion and clutch drum out.

Are they threaded or will they press out?

 

IMG_7595.jpg

 

I replaced the bearing on an 81r last week, there are two circlips, a smaller one and a larger one. Took a bit ok knocking with a socket to get bearing out 👍

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I’ve read that the r is different to the t, and could only locate one circlip. Unless it’s very well hidden?

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1 hour ago, jjll said:

 

Hi

Trying to get the clutch drum and drive pinion off a hs81t

I have removed the circlip and am struggling to get the pinion and clutch drum out.

Are they threaded or will they press out?

 

IMG_7595.jpg

 

 

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2 clips seem to be on the sort with the clutch and cog all in 1...yours looks to be the single clip sort from your picture.

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That’s what I’ve got in the first diagram. But can’t seem to break it down any further

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Pinion on the 81T (trimmer) screws onto the drum if I remember correctly.  While the 81R (cutter) is a one piece drum - gear which is a press fit in the bearing with a circlip holding it in place.  And obviously another circlip holding the bearing into the housing. 

 

I've rebuilt loads of 81R's, but can't remember the last time I stripped a 81T, so sorry can't be much more help.

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