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    Removing XLT1200 drive coupler from crank

    Anyone know how to remove the driver coupler from the rear of the crank?


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    rope trick-insert rope into rear cylinder spark plug hole(not to much just enough to jam piston to head) you might have to heat couple to help

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip View Post
    rope trick-insert rope into rear cylinder spark plug hole(not to much just enough to jam piston to head) you might have to heat couple to help
    yup

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    yup. I did the rope trick, I heated the coupler up and use a BIG bar. I also had to strap my engine down to the bench because it kept wanting to roll over.

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