Splitting cases on a Honda C100 Cub

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Splitting cases on a Honda C100 Cub

Postby supercub » Mon May 17, 2010 12:44 pm

I want to separate my cases to replace my crankshaft bearings and I have the clutch and top end off, also the cam and followers out. I tapped the end of the case screws all around with them slightly turned in, and the case splits about 1/8". I don't want to damage anything so I am stopping to find out what I may have to remove and is there a technique for splitting them. I have the manual but it is not very discriptive.
I did not touch the shift or kick start gear. Do I need to pry evenly at this point all around or is there something else that I need to
remove?
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re: Splitting cases on a Honda C100 Cub

Postby supercub » Tue May 18, 2010 8:22 pm

Got it apart, I just had to remove the shift drum bolt under the rubber plug and alternately tap the crank and primary shaft.
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