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I have 78 enticer 340, I'd like to remove the drive clutch (not engine clutch) to clean and lube the clutch and clean the disk brake. How do you remove it? And can you also take apart the engine clutch without screwing up anything?
 

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im not sure exaclty, ill look at my book later. But i know you will have to open up the chaincase. Remove the chain and probably both bottom and top gear.
 

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All you have to do is remove the belt and undo the main bolt on the clutch once you do that the clutch you should be able to slide the clutch off.
 

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you mean the secondary clutch right ClassicSledder? (the one not attached to the engine)
 

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Yeah its the secondary clutch that I want to remove. I took a closer look at it and I noticed that there is oil in the chain case and I can't find a drain plug, is there one or do you unscrew the to bolts and let it go everywhere?
 

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my doesnt have one. I had to let it go everywhere. Yeah its a mess. get lots of towels ready. And a bowl.
 
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