Need to remove the clutch from your Sachs moped motor? It's no biggie. Grab a wrench and follow along.....

I'll show you how to do it.

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You'll need:

A flathead screwdriver
A piston stop
A socket wrench with a 17mm socket and a sparkplug socket

Step 1: Getting started

There are a few different Sachs motors out there, I believe the one that we're working with is the 504 model, though I could be wrong. Doesn't matter so much, they're all pretty similar. Rather than draining the oil from the motor, let's just lean the moped on it's side. Put down a piece of cardboard, or a rag, in case there is any spillage. Lean on a chair or milk crate or tree stump or something.

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