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    powerstroke specialist mikegp's Avatar
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    looking for the s/c holding tool

    need one please. thanks .
    let me rephrase this again. i need the tool to replace the clutch , not the wheel . lol.
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    Wedge a flat head screwdriver in gear teeth and wedge it on housing of sc.....and save your money for something else

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyDFZS View Post
    Wedge a flat head screwdriver in gear teeth and wedge it on housing of sc.....and save your money for something else
    i was thinking on doing just that, is that a regular right hand threads?

    im helping a good friend, hope it works out .
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    I had the tool and I still use the flat head method lol

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    There reverse threads and may need a small amount of heat on nut

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    Take the back housing off and use a socket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyDFZS View Post
    There reverse threads and may need a small amount of heat on nut
    they are? reverse threads? also is there a nut or a bolt?

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    Try not to use a screwdriver so primitive 17 mm six point on the back of shaft after You take plate off. The threads are reverse so tightly loosie.

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    from what i remember they are righty loosy lefty tighty

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    Yes the supercharger nut is 100% reverse thread

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