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Thank you for purchasing the:

Ultra Support Bracket

 

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Please read through instructions completely to become familiar with the parts, and tools used for this process.

 

1. Remove outer primary cover.

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2. Loosen the 9/16" jam nut on the pressure plate adjustment screw.

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3. Insert pressure plate release tool (usually a large washer to compress springs using outer ring)

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4. Remove either 3 or 5 clutch stud nuts.

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5. Remove pressure plate assembly (pressure plate, springs, and outer retainer ring)

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6. Remove steel and fiber clutch plates (noting the steel plate that have the ball bearing style are stamped "outside"

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7. Using "popsicle" style clutch hub holder tool, place it over clutch hub studs.

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8. Bend back lock tab at center hub nut. Using a breaker bar, short extension, and a 1 1/8" socket, note: left hand thread), loosen and remove center clutch nut.

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9. Install clutch hub puller and place either 3 or 5 stud nuts back on to retain puller to hub.

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10. Make sure "popsicle" stick is orientated to the right as this where the pressure will be applied. Tighten center puller bolt to pop the clutch hub from the transmission mainshaft.

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11. Remove front engine pulley nut, then remove front pulley, belt, and clutch hub inner and outer.

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Note:  I have intentionally tried to make the instructions as simple and easy to understand as possible. A novice individual should have no problem in getting this particular task completed.

 

12. Remove clutch hub key from mainshaft keyway slot.

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13. If a James Supernut has already been installed, go to #15 and continue there.

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14. Remove the four retaining bolts from the existing support bracket. Remove existing support bracket.

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15. If an original sprocket nut is installed, bend up the lock tab, and install Georges Garage tool #00000 (or comparable tool) to assist in removing the sprocket nut.

 

16. Loosen rear axle to take the tension from the chain.

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17. This would be a good time to inspect your transmission drive sprocket for wear or breakage and replace. Make sure all parts and mating surfaces are clean and free of dirt or debris.

 

 

Pictures have been provided as a visual aid to assist in this process. Your particular application may be similar or different.