|Using a small pokey tool remove the red button
|Use an 8mm socket or Phillips head to remove the
|Un-thread the tri knob
|Remove the head and clutch cup
|Remove the dust cap with a prying tool. Alternate the sides for easy removal.
|If you pry too hard you can break the pins that secure it.
|Remove the washers and bearings with a tool to avoid contamination
With a Phillips screwdriver loosen one side and then the next
|The screws do not need to be removed.
When reinstalling make sure to tighten the screws evenly
|Slide the grey plastic piece off. When reinstalling make sure the holes are perfectly lined up.
Removing the head off of your repair stand Print
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Modified on: Wed, 21 Oct, 2020 at 9:06 AM
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