3Remove or reposition chain stripper. When you redo this, be sure stripper is
not touching the wheel and is centered
4Remove bolt and washers securing clutch control wheel and remove it.
5Remove outer clutch cone and clean using degreaser, rag, and ScotchBrite
pad, if needed. Remove old grease, salt,
sand, and other residue.
6Remove chain wheel and brake assembly.
7Carefully remove, clean, and lightly grease any plastic, Delrin, or
8 Clean mating surface for outside clutch cone on outside of chain wheel. Check
for excess scoring on all mating surfaces.
9Clean inner clutch wheel and check as above.
10 If there are any stainless-steel bolts or screws threaded into aluminum,
remove and clean them and apply Tef-Gel
to threads. Do one at a time to avoid
accidentally opening gear box, unless you
are experiencing problems from within.
11 Lightly grease the inner clutch mating surfaces with white lithium
grease or other recommended product.
12 Clean shaft, using toothbrush on threads.
13 Lightly grease shaft.
14 Dissemble and clean the brake band and the metal surface underneath.
Check for scoring. Don’t grease brake surfaces. Leave dry.
Reassemble all parts in the order that they
were removed, and check the operation of