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Old 02-07-2009, 12:26 AM   #1
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Square nut puller: Got one??

I'm looking for a special nut puller used by Honda on 100- 200 cc engines, like an XR200 or CB100 or CRF150F. It's about 24 mm, and I think what I need is almost like the product in the link below. Supposedly it is almost the same for all Hondas. Problem is, I need it by Sunday! Any help would be much appreciated!!!

http://www.bikebandit.com/product/1774?WT.mc_id=666110
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do you know how to change clutch springs ?
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Old 02-07-2009, 01:02 AM   #3
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• Made of heat-treated steel
• Use with a 3/8 inch driver
• Inside diameter is 24mm
• Designed to fit oil filter & clutch hub on many Honda models (single and twin-cylinder machines)
• Fits: most pre-78 CB, CL, CT, SL & XL models, XR200 80-84, XR200R 81-94, XR250L 91-94, XR250R 86-94 & GL1000 75-77
• Replaces large end of 07716-0020100 OEM tool

yep i'm got one ,it's not mine but i have it here at my crib .
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Old 02-07-2009, 01:15 PM   #4
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Clutch springs are easy, a side of the road repair. You just need an 8mm to take off the case bolts and a 10 mm socket to remove and replace the 6mm bolts holding in the clutch springs. You do not need to use the clutch nut tool to do springs. It would take maybe 20 minutes to change springs, or even the whole clutch. Also, if you lean the bike over on something soft you can do it without draining the oil. And while in there you can check and clean your oil pump screen.

Bring the parts to the golf course and I'll do it for you, in exchange for the clutch nut tool!
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