Results 1 to 10 of I can't seem to locate the air hammer anyway I might have lent it out. I guess it's true that pressure makes a diamond because when I went to check on any progress I found that the clutch did slide down the shaft a few millimeters. Not doing so could cause Electric Clutch Premature Failure which will void warranty. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page:
I would also replace the pulleys on the pumps, the idler, and tensioner as they probably have 2, hours of operation on them also and the V belt for sure!!
Clutch stuck on shaft I would replace this pulley anyway as it has 2, hours on it, so go ahead and pry it off. Air hammer has a lot of moveing power but I don't see how it would work here? Back off the clutch bolt but don't remove it so when you start prying and if the pulley and the clutch start to move they won't fly off at you. Clutch stuck on shaft Why are you attempting to remove the electric clutch? All though they will be saved for 24 hours. The engine crankshaft has a key slot and the key engages both the upper pulley which drives the hydraulic pump belt and the driven part of the electric clutch.