The removal of the driven clutch will require the removal of the belt cover. Also use extreme caution as this clutch is under spring tension.
- Remove o-ring, and then remove the nut that holds the driven clutch in place. Now the clutch will come off as an assembly.
- Compress the clutch assembly together just enough to take the pressure off of the nut. You may find it easier to use two C clamps or a vise to compress the items together. Remove the nut and slowly loosen the C clamps.
NOTE: Use caution when disassembling the clutch assembly the spring is under tension.
- Inspect the clutch sheaves for wear, also check the spring to make sure it is not damaged or bent.
Reassemble the driven clutch in the reverse order of disassembly.