Spring Honda GX100 2,000 rpm's Super Duty Clutch rotor. Sold By the each.
This spring has SIX coils.
Note: The Honda GXH50 runs from about 2,250 to 7,800 rpm's. You may not be able to get the engine to run slow enough to use these springs.
If you are wanting to install new springs or shoes remove the three screws that hold on the plate, then remove the plate and set aside, then lift up the shoes a little at a time on each shoe until the clutch shoes & springs come off the body of the rotor.
Place the New springs on the new shoes as before or shown on the web site.
Then place the assembly over the body of the rotor and work the shoes in place. You should be able to do this by hand - no tools needed.
Once the new shoes and springs are in place, put the retaining plate back over the shoes and install the three screws.
Do not use lock light on these screws and do not over tighten these screws.
If the body of the rotor does not need to be removed.
Remove the 1/4-28 button head bolt and the flat washer that holds the rotor on to the engine, then lift the complete rotor off the shaft of the engine.
Be sure and do not do not put too much pressure on the engine casting or you can damage it.