ZA50 Rebuild Seal and Clutch Spring

Rob Abbott /
Seal.jpg

Okay, I give. How do I get this green seal out? I've tried heat, prodding, picking....

ClutchSpring.jpg

Also, would I be wise to replace this clutch spring?

Thanks in advance!

Re: ZA50 Rebuild Seal and Clutch Spring

bend a screwdriver to hook the lip and pry, its leverage, dont forget a small block of wood so you dont knick the case.

id change spring too

Re: ZA50 Rebuild Seal and Clutch Spring

Rob Abbott /

Thanks for the rapid response. Regrettably, the lip just snapped off so there is no longer a point of leverage. Can I use a chemical to dissolve it?

Re: ZA50 Rebuild Seal and Clutch Spring

the seal is the lip, just dont hit mar the sealing surface, or a deep socket from the other side.

Re: ZA50 Rebuild Seal and Clutch Spring

> Rob Abbott Wrote:

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> Thanks for the rapid response. Regrettably, the lip just snapped off so

> there is no longer a point of leverage. Can I use a chemical to

> dissolve it?

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No chemicals .

Drill a hole in the seal shell . Insert a screw and pop it out .

Re: ZA50 Rebuild Seal and Clutch Spring

> P D Wrote:

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> > Rob Abbott Wrote:

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> > Thanks for the rapid response. Regrettably, the lip just snapped off

> so

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> > there is no longer a point of leverage. Can I use a chemical to

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> > dissolve it?

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> No chemicals .

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> Drill a hole in the seal shell . Insert a screw and pop it out .

Yup

Re: ZA50 Rebuild Seal and Clutch Spring

Dirty30 Dillon /

A) Just womp the seal out, you have empty cases. Grab a socket that fits the OD of the seal and pop it out.

B) those springs look messed with, best replace them.

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