How to tell when a clutch on a husky needs to be replaced ?

Sean McGillicuddy Posted By Sean McGillicuddy, Feb 9, 2019 at 3:20 PM

  1. Sean McGillicuddy

    Sean McGillicuddy
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    How to tell when a clutch on a husky needs to be replaced ?
    How hard is it to do ?
    Any links to how to ?
    Thanks
     
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  2. johneh

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    Some good videos on U Tube
    such as this one
     
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    I guess they were bad.
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    Hard to tell the diff. from a 350 or the 142 .
    Bearings were good on both saws.( that bolt was just so I could take the pics)
    I had to change out the chain on the 142 ..not much teeth on the drive side of the chain..
    Oh ya the noise is gone..
     
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    That may of been a tad worn
     
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    I had that happen a couple of years back with my 350. It started breaking chains it was so bad.
    Changing the clutch was pretty simple. Now I keep an eye on the teeth whenever I change a chain.
     
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