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Looking for suggestions to remove the flange from the flywheel. I can't get it to turn let alone come out. Thanks
 

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I’ve done this several times, I believe there’s a video on YouTube by a British Ducati technician, he walks you straight through the entire process. I forget how I did it exactly, but I think it involves screwing bolts in the reverse side to force it out.

Just search 1098 Sprag clutch on YouTube and you’ll find the video.


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I watched the and tried using the "drift tool" which is basically banging on a nail or hinge removal tool to get the flange to turn. The issue I'm having is getting the flange to turn, so I haven't gotten to the step where I would then use the (2) 6mm bolts to press it out. The video doesn't demonstrate that process which is why I posted here. I clearly doing something wrong, so I was hoping to get suggestions on techniques to help with that.
 

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Download the manual. It is real simple. Thread a couple of the bolts partly in from the other side and tap the sprag out. The manual describes how to do it better than I can.
 

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Download the manual. It is real simple. Thread a couple of the bolts partly in from the other side and tap the sprag out. The manual describes how to do it better than I can.
Thanks! Any thoughts on going aftermarket "heavy duty" vs. OEM?
 

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Has there been any update on the aftermarket sprag?anyone use one? Thoughts?
I purchased an aftermarket starter sprag from Croatia I think it was. Got it about 10 months ago and so far all good, no dramas what so ever. I wouldnt go Chinese made crap though!!
 

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I went with oem for my past Monster 1000 Sie and it worked perfectly. I Did not want to risk anything going wrong or being off after doing all the work to get at it.
 
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