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Friction / Drive wheel replacement (C-950-527190

Hi all,
I have a late 90's Craftsman that has been great.
This year it doesn't seem to want to go into gear - The drive plate doesn't come up to the friction wheel.
I tried adjusting there enable linkage but the plate stops on a weld befor getting to the friction wheel... but just barely....

So I got new friction wheel and was successful at getting it out with all the pieces.... but without having 8 small arms/hands how do I get it all back together?

The problem is the chain... I can't figure out how to get the drive-shaft back in place with the friction wheel, bushings and small sprocket in place AND with the washers in place on the shift arm...WITHOUT DROPPING THE CHAIN OFF THE DRIVE [email protected]!?!

The bushings mount on the end of the driveshaft and bolt onto the inside of the housing.

Links to some images of how tight it is in there.





Thanks...

Last edited by pcdino; 02-11-2017 at 02:28 PM. Reason: Links to pics
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