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Old 10-17-2018, 09:16 PM   #127
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I didn't take disassembly pictures, but I tried to get a few during assembly, so I'm going to post them in reverse.

Pull the drive flanges. I used a 3 jaw otc puller. Nuts were metric. I used 1 1/8" and 1 1/2" sockets to pull the retaining nuts.
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Remove the input seal. Remove the snap ring from the input shaft. Use snap ring spreaders. Life is too short to dick around with snap rings.

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Pull the 13mm bolts that hold the (input housing?) and set it aside. You can see the oil pump at this point.
The oil pump has a plastic sump that indexes the pump. Take a flat screwdriver or needle nose pliers and pull directly outward on the sump tube. Remove the pump.

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You can remove two snap rings and slide the chain and sprockets off their respective shafts.
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I didn't take a good picture of the main shaft, but you can give it a stern yank and it will come out of the clutch assembly and input shaft.
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