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Tool loan for a 1983' GL1100 "Clutch holder tool"

I need the clutch holder TOOL, so that i can torque the clutch nut to the required 44 ft lbs

or if someone knows where I can get one of them reasonable.

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thanks dhrith,

But my engine is out of the frame.

I found a better way to hold the clutch, and keep it from turning.

Dis-assembly is not the problem.

This works great for (The Hard part) re-assembly.

Get three washers, put three springs on, then put a washer on each of the three screws tighten them finger tight.

That will hold the clutch, then, have a friend use a 19mm socket on the front crank pulley bolt.

Next you will have the socket/pipe tool that you made to torque the clutch nut.

it was that easy, this way you dont need a tool to hold the clutch basket, just the tool for the clutch nut torquing.

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Ahhh ok, sorry. I was a little confused and assumed you'd meant the nut tool not "actually" just holding it in place. ;p It didn't dawn on me until after I hit send you "might" have meant exactly as you said just for that reason. ;p
 
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