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Made of heat-treated steel. Use with a 3/8" drive ratchet. Inside diameter is 24mm. Designed to fit oil filter and clutch hub on many Honda single and twin cylinder models. Fits: most pre-78 CB, CL, CT, SL & XL models, XR200 80-84,XR200R 81--01, XR250L 91-96, XR250R 86-95 & GL1000 75-77. Replaces large end of 07716-0020100 OEM tool.
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Clutch net remover
Comments about Motion Pro Oil Filter & Clutch Hub Spanner:
This tool worked great to remove the nut off the clutch on my 1986 Honda Rebel. Don't know why Honda just didn't put a regular nut to hold on the clutch in the first place.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Elizabeth NJ, and Costa Rica
This tool is great! Works with honda but all chinese bikes too.
Don't be a knuckle head. Get this tool!!
By Red River Rider
from North Texas
Trying to remove the oil slinger on an old Honda is a pain. This tool makes it a breeze. Buy it and you won't ever regret it. I had mine in 48 hrs and I live half way across the country. And as for all the folks who tried standing on the brake and so on. Just take a copper penny or a piece of aluminum and put it in the the gears that drive the oil slinger, pump etc. It will jam the gears with no damage. the penny always works for me. And when re-installing the nut, pop the flywheel cover and hold the 14mm flywheel nut while you tighten the oil slinger nut to spec. Couldn't get much easier. And this tool works on the clutch basket and on many other older Hondas. Great multi use tool.
Great tool. but now what?
from Clarksville, TN
Worked Great. Helps to have the Bike in 1st and a Buddy to mash the Rear Brake to help get the Nut off. Only downfall is now that im done with it. it will collect dust. Can't Say the same for the OEM Gasket tho. It leaks Oil all over the place even after i scraped all the old Gasket off. Pretty lame.
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