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john deere 160 electric clutch removal

keith I am trying to remove the electric clutch that drives the mower deck does anyone know if the bolt has Right or left handed threads?
ross The bolt has right hand threads, but you will probably need to use an impact to get it off. If you try to turn the bolt out with a wrench or ratchet the engine will turn.
erich norteman I am trying to remove the same thing on a kawasaki does the pulley and clutch come off together?what kind of puller do you use?I am upgrading the kawasaki w/ a 14 horse kohler command pro.will this fit?
Jon Bornfleth I also have a 160 and replaced the drive belt. I didnt know how to remove the clutch at first so I had all 3 nuts off the electric clutch and realized I should not have removed them. Now I dont know how adjust each nut so its gapped correctly. Can any one point me in the right direction? I know I can bring it to the dealer to have it done but I would like to learn myself if possible. I have access to feeler gauges.


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