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CP6 SHAFT CLUTCH

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#70998

CP6 SHAFT CLUTCH | 19 September, 2013

Does anyone out there have a method of cleaning CP6 shaft clutches? What tools do we need and what to look for before start?

Thanks, -Michael

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#71012

CP6 SHAFT CLUTCH | 20 September, 2013

There is a method and let me stress that you need a competent wrench man to do this.It does require a "crows foot" jig that you can probably get from a used equipment dealer.

The proper way to clean the clutches is to remove them from the ring gear. There is a specific cleaning method and a specific lubrication method. If you do not do it properly, you will have station 17 and 19 errors constantly.

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#71018

CP6 SHAFT CLUTCH | 20 September, 2013

Hi Sr.Tech,

I already order the jig from used equipment dealer. I have a thin 8 mm wrench and 8 mm allen wrench. How do I remove the clutch from the ring gear?

Thanks, -Michael

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#71019

CP6 SHAFT CLUTCH | 20 September, 2013

There is no 8mm wrenches involved. The procedure is a little to extensive to post.The only hand tools required are the crows foot jig a set of allen wrenches and an adjustable wrench.

You have to remove the shaft crown to get the clutch out. Again...I highly advise that you do not attempt doing this unless you are absolutely certain of what you are doing. Remember you have to do this 20 times.

I think there my be a procedure in one of the Fuji manuals.

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