I have a 2006 Honda crf150F. I need to get to the components of my shifter to adjust something, but I need to remove the entire clutch housing to get to it.
Here is a drawing of the clutch assembly: http://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts/2006-honda-crf150f/o/m15655?a=11#sch415323
I need to remove part 12 to get the housing off.
To get to part 12 I need to remove 8, 4 11s, and 4 10s. At this point there is no pressure on the friction plates so when I try to remove 12 I just rotate whatever shaft is connected to the drive train and to the rear wheel(does not turn the part of the clutch with the gear meshing with the engine gear) and I have no way of stopping the rotation firmly enough to break whatever is holding in the nut so tightly.
I called the dealer and even they don't have a tool for this... Does anybody know anything I can try to get this off? At this point it seems like my only option is to make something custom and costly which I would like to avoid.