You must not have taken many apart or are trolling . You are trying to say that the anti rotation pin must be punched out every time the rod is removed? You are so silly. If the rod has no anti rotation pin it can be removed form either side. This is a well known fact, moron. You actually have more potential for damage to the o rings and the output shaft pushrod seal on the clutch side, moron. ESPECIALLY if you want to push them new o rings back into the bike from the clutch side. You must be trolling, moron. I understand, times are rough, you need to vent but your logic is so fucking flawed, moron. I hope more people take the time to correct you as opposed to just reading for the entertainment. There is a reason that the new bobbins have a sealing o ring machined into it as well as everyone that supplies them saying that you must anti seize or grease the tip. You are quite the silly pants.