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Any Ideas on how to remove the remains of the clutch fork pivot ball.
I'm thinking drummel cutoff wheel to cut a groove and then use a sideways
flat head to get a turn on it. Trouble is we used lock tight on it to keep it from backing out. Evenly broken off flush.
Thanks!
Stan
 

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I've heard of folks using a chisel to turn it.
 

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Don't forget to take the broken bit out, I just took apart my spare transaxle and found the top part of a broken one floating around in there, I don't think it harmed anything, just funny to see it in there...
 

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I've always used a chisel onthem. Sometimes though it's easier to go ahead and remove the clutch and get to it that way. I can usually have a clutch out in 1/2 an hour or so if all goes right.( Tou can tell I have had transaxle cars for a long time)

I have a couple of spare pivots if you can't find one.

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So give me a quickie on how to pull the clutch. I have the donut removed
and loosened the three per side cross member bolts but have not removed them. Do I remove the big bolt in the middle of the cross member? I have not removed the shifter rod to transaxle. I have an old Alfetta book that I have been thumbing through. Tell me about dangers of springs, or any gotchas. I can do pretty much anything on a 105, but the 115s are sorta new to me.
 
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