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2009 Kawasaki 4010 Mule Driven Clutch removal

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Old 02-13-2019, 07:19 PM
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trying to replace the driven clutch for our 2011 diesel Mule. We understand that the main front clutch requires the special bolt tool to remove but were told by the Kawasaki dealer that the rear, driven clutch should come off without a tool. Watched every video and read our service manual- they all suggest the clutch should slide off.

We've tried everything from liquid wrench, gentle taps and tugging to using a claw puller tool and air wrench. Nothing works- the spline must be rusted/corroded and jammed? Any help is GREATLY appreciated.

Ive attached a picture of the driven clutch and the manual parts diagram to help
 
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Old 02-15-2019, 07:47 PM
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About the only active discussions on this forum revolve around KLX 250S bikes. You may have better luck at this forum:

Kawasaki ATV and Mule - Kawasaki Motorcycle Forums

or this one is even more focused:

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