DIY Cog removal tool

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Gordon

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
If someone has already documented this, I apologize.
Parts needed: clutch, 1 inch grade 2 nut and one 2 3/4 inch long grade 8 bolt with nut and washer.
Procedure: Weld clutch to 1 inch nut. Thread driver into clutch and fasten with the 3/8 bolt. Hand tighten. Put the assembly in a vice and apply chain whip to cog. Bolt keeps the driver from turning out of the clutch. When I started I was using grade 2 bolts but they kept breaking.
Cost of materials: I had a clutch. The1 inch nut and 3/8 bolt w/washer and nut cost me a dollar at the hardware store where they sell them by weight. A local welder charged me $5 so my total cost was $6.
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FastEddie

On Training Wheels
Thank you for posting this! I've learned about this on this site but can't afford $300 for an old beat up original so now I'm off to my "friend with a welder" to get this done!
 
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