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2001 suzuki quadmaster clutch issue

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i have a 2001 suzuki quadmaster 500 4x4 that the primary cvt clutch is rusted on any ideas on how to get it off i want to try to reuse it if possible.

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Have you gotten the nut off of the clutch shaft? The best thing I would say is let it sit for a few hours with penetrating oil. Then take a torch and warm it up. NO CRAZY HEAT! Just enough to expand the metal.  If nothing else works you may have to get a wheel puller and grab it.   

Keep in mind the torch used the wrong way could burn up seals. So be careful. 

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@Frank Angerano  the nut is off and the clutch comes off the shaft in pieces and the center shaft that the belt rides on is what is rusted on

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